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(a) In order to be eligible to receive a license, each applicant must be
(1) a United States citizen or resident alien with a work permit;
(2) repealed 12/21/2002;
(3) at least 18 years of age;
(4) neither addicted to nor dependent on alcohol, narcotics, or other drugs;
(5) an individual without a conviction, within 10 years before the date of application, for any crime classified as a felony in this state or another jurisdiction at the time the crime was committed, unless a full pardon has been granted; and
(6) not suffering from any psychopathic condition or mental illness impairing the powers of memory, reason, judgment, or perception.
(b) Applicants must furnish information certifying that they meet the insurance or bond requirements specified in 13 AAC 60.120.
(c) Applications must furnish proof of preassignment training specified in 13 AAC 60.110(a) .
(d) Repealed 12/21/2002.
History: Eff. 5/29/77, Register 62; am 12/21/2002, Register 164
Authority: AS 18.65.450
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