Alaska Statutes.
Title 44. State Government
Chapter 99. Miscellaneous Provisions and Policies
Section 210. Disclosures On Publication.
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AS 44.99.210. Disclosures On Publication.

If the actual annual costs for a publication of a state agency that are paid from the general fund exceed $1,500, or if the actual annual costs of a state agency publication that is a report required by law are paid from a source other than the general fund and exceed $1,500, the publication must include a statement that gives the name of the agency releasing the publication, the purpose of the publication, the cost for each copy of the publication, and the city and state where the printing was done. The statement must read: "This publication was released by... (name of state agency)..., produced at a cost of $..... per copy to... (statement of purpose)..., and printed in...... (city and state where printed)." If the publication is required by law, the statement must also include: "This publication is required by... (appropriate citation to Alaska law)." The statement may include, if applicable, a declaration of the revenue raised by the sale of the publication or from the purchase of advertising in the publication. The statement shall be printed in one conspicuous place in the body of the publication in a type size that is not smaller than 12 points and shall be placed in a box composed of at least two point rule. In this section, "cost for each copy" means the figure that results after dividing the total contract cost of producing the publication by the number of copies produced. This section does not apply to a publication that is intended primarily for foreign or other out-of-state use, to a program for a public ceremony of a state agency, or to materials used by a state agency to develop a market for the agency's services or products.

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