Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 60. Standards of Conduct
Section 200. Financial Disclosure By Legislators, Public Members of the Committee, and Legislative Directors.
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AS 24.60.200. Financial Disclosure By Legislators, Public Members of the Committee, and Legislative Directors.

A legislator, a public member of the committee, and a legislative director shall file a disclosure statement, under oath and on penalty of perjury, with the Alaska Public Offices Commission giving the following information about the income received or deferred income, earned or otherwise, to be received by the discloser, the discloser's spouse or domestic partner, the discloser's dependent children, and the discloser's nondependent children who are living with the discloser:

(1) the information that a public official is required to report under AS 39.50.030 , other than information about

(A) income received as compensation for personal services;

(B) a loan or loan guarantee;

(C) gifts;

(2) as to income or deferred income in excess of $1,000 earned or received as compensation for personal services, and as to dividend income or deferred compensation in excess of $1,000 received from a limited liability company as compensation or deferred compensation for personal services, a statement describing

(A) the names and addresses of the source and the recipient;

(B) the amount;

(C) whether it was or will be earned by commission, by the job, by the hour, or by some other method;

(D) the dates and approximate number of hours worked or to be worked to earn it; and

(E) unless required by law to be kept confidential, a description sufficient to make clear to a person of ordinary understanding the nature of each service performed or to be performed and the date the service was performed or will be performed;

(3) as to each loan or loan guarantee over $1,000 from a source with a substantial interest in legislative, administrative, or political action, the name and address of the person making the loan or guarantee, the amount of the loan, the terms and conditions under which the loan or guarantee was given, the amount outstanding at the time of filing, and whether or not a written loan agreement exists.

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