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(1) "administrative action" has the meaning given in AS 24.60.990 (a);
(2) "benefit" has the meaning given in AS 24.60.990 (a);
(3) "child" includes a biological child, an adoptive child, and a stepchild;
(4) "commission" means the Alaska Public Offices Commission created under AS 15.13.020 (a);
(5) "compensation for personal services" includes income received from salaried employment and from self-employment;
(6) "creditor" includes a government authority that has a right by law to demand and recover money from the filer or the filer's family member;
(7) "disclosure statement" means a disclosure statement required under AS 24.60.200 ;
(8) "family member" means a spouse, domestic partner, or dependent child, or the filer's nondependent child who lives with the filer;
(9) "filer" means a legislator, a legislative director, or a public member of the Select Committee on Legislative Ethics;
(10) repealed 1/1/2001;
(11) "income" has the meaning given in AS 24.60.990 (a);
(12) repealed 1/1/2001;
(13) "legislative action" has the meaning given in AS 24.60.990 (a);
(14) "lobbyist" has the meaning given in AS 24.60.990 (a);
(15) "political action" has the meaning given in AS 24.60.990 (a);
(17) "source of income" has the meaning given in AS 39.50.200 (a);
(18) repealed 2/20/2005;
(19) "domestic partner" has the meaning given in AS 24.60.990 (a).
History: Eff. 7/20/95, Register 135; am 1/1/2001, Register 156; am 2/20/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 24.60.220
Publisher's note: Paragraph (3) of this regulation, as originally set out in Register 135 (October 1995), incorrectly read "... as adoptive child, or a stepchild." This language was corrected as of Register 136 (January 1996).
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