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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 50 . Public Information
Section 775. Exemption from reporting name and address of individual as a source of income

2 AAC 50.775. Exemption from reporting name and address of individual as a source of income

(a) A filer who seeks an exemption from the requirement to report the name or address of a source of income under AS 24.60.200 or 2 AAC 50.705 - 2 AAC 50.890 shall request the exemption from the commission.

(b) To request an exemption under (a) of this section, a filer shall file a written request for exemption with the disclosure statement for which the exemption is requested. The written request for exemption must be on a form prescribed by the commission and must, for each name or address for which an exemption is requested,

(1) state the facts that support the exemption; and

(2) identify the exemption circumstance under (c) - (j) of this section that applies to the request.

(c) A filer may request a mental health practice exemption if during the preceding calendar year the

(1) filer or the filer's family member was an owner, partner, or shareholder in a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation in which a mental health practitioner, including a psychiatrist, psychologist, or therapist, worked;

(2) source of income was an individual who received mental health services from the mental health practitioner; and

(3) income was received as payment for the mental health services.

(d) A filer may request a sensitive medical practice exemption if during the preceding calendar year

(1) the filer or the filer's family member was an owner, partner, or shareholder in a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation;

(2) at least 67 percent of the patients of the sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation consisted of individuals who

(A) received medical services related to abortion, contraception, reproductive health, a sexual disorder, or a terminal illness from the sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation;

(B) were minors, and who, unknown to their parents or legal guardians, received medical services from the sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation; or

(C) were married, and who, unknown to their spouses, received medical services from the sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation;

(3) the source of income was an individual who received medical services of any nature from the sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation; and

(4) the income was received as payment for the medical services.

(e) A filer may request a sensitive medical procedure exemption if during the preceding calendar year the

(1) filer or the filer's family member was an owner, partner, or shareholder in a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation;

(2) source of income was an individual who received medical services related to abortion, contraception, reproductive health, a sexual disorder, or a terminal illness from the sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation; and

(3) income was received as payment for the medical services.

(f) A filer may request an embarrassing medical procedure exemption if during the preceding calendar year

(1) the filer or the filer's family member was an owner, partner, or shareholder in a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation;

(2) the source of income was a

(A) minor who, unknown to a parent or legal guardian of the minor, received medical services from the sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation; or

(B) married individual who, unknown to the individual's spouse, received medical services from the sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation;

(3) the income was received as payment for the medical services; and

(4) reporting the name or address of the source of income would tend to cause a reasonable person in the situation of the source of income substantial concern, anxiety, or embarrassment.

(g) A filer may request a legal services practice exemption if during the preceding calendar year

(1) the filer or the filer's family member was an owner, partner, or shareholder in a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation where an attorney worked;

(2) at least 67 percent of the clients of the sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation consisted of individuals who were

(A) minors, and who, unknown to their parents or legal guardians, received professional legal services from the attorney; or

(B) married, and who, unknown to their spouses, received professional legal services from the attorney;

(3) the source of income was an individual who received legal services of any nature from the sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation; and

(4) the income was received as payment for the professional legal services.

(h) A filer may request a legal services exemption if

(1) the filer or the filer's family member was an owner, partner, or shareholder in a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, professional corporation, or corporation where an attorney worked;

(2) the source of income was a

(A) minor who, unknown to a parent or legal guardian of the minor, received professional legal services from the attorney; or

(B) married individual who, unknown to the individual's spouse, received professional legal services from the attorney;

(3) the income was received as payment for the professional legal services; and

(4) reporting the name or address of the source of income would tend to cause a reasonable person in the situation of the source of income substantial concern, anxiety, or embarrassment.

(i) A filer may request a filer prohibition exemption if the filer is prohibited by law from reporting the name or address of a source of income.

(j) A filer may request a right of source exemption if the filer believes that reporting the name or address of a source of income would violate a right of the source under the state or federal constitution.

(k) A filer may request a HIPAA exemption if the filer believes that reporting the name of a source of income would disclose protected health information that the filer is prohibited from disclosing under 42 U.S.C. 1320d - 1320d-8 (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996).

History: Eff. 7/20/95, Register 135; am 1/1/2001, Register 156; am 2/20/2005, Register 173

Authority: AS 24.60.200

AS 24.60.220

AS 24.60.230

AS 39.50.050


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