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As of Register 71, material formerly in 7 AAC 77 was transferred to 13 AAC
to reflect the relocation of the Violent Crimes Compensation Board by sec. 1, ch. 87, SLA 1978. As of Register 166 (July 2003), and acting under
(b)(6), the regulations attorney relocated the previously transferred material from 13 AAC
to 2 AAC
to reflect Executive Order 109. Executive Order 109 relocated the Violent Crimes Compensation Board from the Department of Public Safety to the Department of Administration. The history notes for provisions relocated to 2 AAC
carry forward the history from both former 13 AAC 80 and former 7 AAC 77.
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