- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 37. Public Finance
- Chapter 14. Trust Funds
- Section 3. Responsibilities of the Governor.
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AS 37.14.003. Responsibilities of the Governor.
- (a) The governor shall, at the time the governor submits the proposed comprehensive operating and capital improvements
program and financial plan under AS 37.07.060
(b), submit to the legislature a separate appropriation bill limited to appropriations for the state's integrated
comprehensive mental health program.
- (b) If the appropriations in the bill submitted by the governor under (a) of this section differ from those proposed by
the authority, the bill must be accompanied by a report explaining the reasons for the differences between the proposed
appropriations in the governor's bill and the authority's recommendations for expenditures from the general fund for
the state's integrated comprehensive mental health program.
- (c) If the governor vetoes all or a part of an appropriation for the integrated comprehensive mental health program, the
governor's veto message must explain the vetoes in light of the authority's recommendations for expenditures from the
general fund for the state's integrated comprehensive mental health program.
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