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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 11. Criminal Law
- Chapter 71. Controlled Substances
- Section 100. Controlled Substances Advisory Committee.
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AS 11.71.100. Controlled Substances Advisory Committee.
- (a) The Controlled Substances Advisory Committee is established in the Department of Law. The committee consists of
- (1) the attorney general or the attorney general's designee;
- (2) the commissioner of health and social services or the commissioner's designee;
- (3) the commissioner of public safety or the commissioner's designee;
- (4) the president of the Board of Pharmacy or the designee of the president who shall also be a member of the Board of
- (5) a peace officer appointed by the governor after consultation with the Alaska Association of Chiefs of Police;
- (6) a physician appointed by the governor;
- (7) a psychiatrist appointed by the governor; and
- (8) two individuals appointed by the governor.
- (b) Members of the committee appointed under (a)(5) - (a)(8) of this section serve terms of four years. A member of the
committee receives no salary but is entitled to per diem and travel expenses authorized by law for boards and
commissions under AS 39.20.180
- (c) The attorney general is the chairman of the committee.
- (d) The committee meets at the call of the attorney general.
- (e) The committee may not meet less than twice a year.
- (f) Five members of the committee constitute a quorum, except that a smaller number may adjourn a meeting in the absence
of a quorum. A quorum being present, a majority vote of the total membership is required to take official action.
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