Alaska Statutes.
Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
Chapter 8. Borrowing in Anticipation of Revenues
Section 30. Security and Payment.
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AS 43.08.030. Security and Payment.

Notes issued under this chapter shall, with interest thereon, be paid from revenues in anticipation of the collection of which the same were issued and the full faith, credit, resources, and taxing power of the state are hereby pledged to the payment. To further secure the payment of the notes the commissioner may pledge on behalf of the state such collateral as in the discretion of the commissioner may be necessary to effect such borrowing most advantageous to the state.

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