Alaska Statutes.
Title 44. State Government
Chapter 62. Administrative Procedure Act
Section 220. Right to Petition.
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AS 44.62.220. Right to Petition.

Unless the right to petition for adoption of a regulation is restricted by statute to a designated group or the procedure for the petition is prescribed by statute, an interested person may petition an agency for the adoption or repeal of a regulation as provided in AS 44.62.180 - 44.62.290. The petition must state clearly and concisely

(1) the substance or nature of the regulation, amendment, or repeal requested;

(2) the reasons for the request;

(3) reference to the authority of the agency to take the action requested.

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