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(a) A person, including a corporation or labor union, may make contributions to influence the outcome of a ballot proposition.
(b) A person who makes contributions to influence the outcome of a ballot proposition
(1) must report those contributions as required by AS 15.13.040 ; and
(2) may not make
(A) anonymous contributions; or
(B) contributions using the name of another, as set out in 2 AAC 50.258.
(c) A corporation, company, partnership, firm, association, organization, business trust, labor union, or publicly funded entity may report its contributions and expenditures under AS 15.13.040 (d) and (e) as an individual if
(1) all contributions and expenditures to influence the outcome of a ballot measure election are made from the organization's general day-to-day operating account; and
(2) the organization does not assess, collect, pool, or solicit money or anything of value for the purpose of influencing a ballot measure election.
(d) A corporation, company, partnership, firm, association, organization, business trust, labor union, or publicly funded entity that does not meet the requirements in (c) of this section must register and report as a group.
(e) An individual who makes expenditures to influence the outcome of a ballot proposition election need not report those expenditures if the individual makes them in accordance with AS 15.13.040 (h).
History: Eff. 1/7/2001, Register 157
Authority: AS 15.13.010
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