Alaska Statutes Title 24. Legislature and Lobbying § 24.45.131. Examination of statements, reports

(a) The commission or its staff shall examine each statement or report filed under this chapter within 10 days after the date it is filed.  A person required to file a statement or report under this chapter shall be notified immediately if

(1) it appears that the person has failed to file a statement or report as required by law or that the statement or report filed does not conform to the requirements of this chapter;  or

(2) a written complaint is filed with the commission by any person alleging that a statement or report filed with the commission does not conform to the requirements of this chapter, or to the truth, or that a person subject to the provisions of this chapter has failed to file a statement or report in the manner prescribed by this chapter.

(b) The commission shall conduct an investigation, and may thereafter conduct a hearing, into an allegation under (a)(2) of this section.

(c) The commission shall report any suspected violations of this chapter to the attorney general, to a district attorney in the judicial district where the alleged violation occurred, or to a grand jury.

(d) If a member of the commission files a complaint, that member of the commission may not participate in any proceeding of the commission relating to the complaint.

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