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No child may perform in the entertainment industry except as provided in law and the permit. No permit may be issued for the exhibition, rehearsal, or performance of a child that is harmful to the health, development, education, or welfare of the child. The department will, in its discretion, revoke a permit for violation of law or a term or condition specified in the permit, if that violation endangers the health, development, education, or welfare of the child. If a parent or guardian withdraws consent for the child to perform and informs the department of the withdrawal, the department will revoke the permit. Revocation of a permit will take effect immediately upon service in person or through the mail to the employer who requested the permit. A revocation of a permit issued under 8 AAC 05.300 may be appealed in writing to the commissioner within 30 days of the date of issuance of the revocation.
History: Eff. 7/2/95, Register 135
Authority: AS 23.10.325
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