Alaska Statutes.
Title 47. Welfare, Social Services and Institutions
Chapter 30. Mental Health
Section 865. Discrimination Prohibited.
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AS 47.30.865. Discrimination Prohibited.

(a) The fact that a person is or has been evaluated or treated for mental illness may not be a basis for discrimination in

(1) seeking employment;

(2) resuming or continuing professional practice or previous occupation;

(3) obtaining or retaining housing;

(4) obtaining or retaining licenses or permits, including but not limited to a motor vehicle license, motor vehicle operator's and chauffeur's license, and a professional or occupational license.

(b) Applications for positions, licenses, and housing may not contain requests for information concerning evaluation or treatment experiences.

(c) A person may not aid, abet, incite, compel, or coerce the doing of an act forbidden under this section or attempt to do so.


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