Alaska Statutes.
Title 26. Military Affairs, Veterans, and Disasters
Chapter 23. Disasters
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Chapter 23. Disasters

Section 10. Purposes.
Section 20. The Governor and Disaster Emergencies.
Section 25. The Legislature and Disaster Emergencies.
Section 30. Creation of the Alaska Division of Emergency Services. [Repealed, Sec. 22 Ch 179 SLA 2004].
Section 40. Homeland Security Duties of the Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.
Section 45. Response Corps; Depots.
Section 50. Financing.
Section 60. Local and Interjurisdictional Disaster Services.
Section 70. Establishment of Interjurisdictional Disaster Planning and Service Areas.
Section 71. Alaska State Emergency Response Commission.
Section 73. Emergency Planning Districts and Committees.
Section 75. Emergency Plans.
Section 77. Plan Review; Incident Command Systems.
Section 80. Federal Disaster Loans to Political Subdivisions.
Section 90. Grants to Disaster Victims.
Section 100. Temporary Housing.
Section 110. Debris and Wreckage Removal in Disaster Emergency or Major Disaster.
Section 120. - 26.23.130l Interstate Civil Defense and Disaster Compact Entered Into; Compact Terms. [Repealed, Sec. 5 Ch 55 SLA 2002].
Section 135. Emergency Management Assistance Compact Enacted and Entered Into.
Section 136. Compact Terms.
Section 140. Local Disaster Emergencies.
Section 150. Disaster Prevention.
Section 160. Compensation.
Section 170. Communications.
Section 180. Mutual Aid.
Section 190. Emergency Powers.
Section 195. Discharge Response Actions. [Repealed, Sec. 28 Ch 32 SLA 1994].
Section 200. Limitations.
Section 205. Confiscation of Firearms.
Section 210. Relationship to Homeland Security and Civil Defense Laws.
Section 215. Relationship to Other Planning Statutes. [Repealed, Sec. 28 Ch 32 SLA 1994].
Section 220. Administration.
Section 230. [Renumbered as AS 26.23.900
Section 300. Disaster Relief Fund.
Section 400. Fuel Emergency Fund.
Section 900. Definitions.


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