Alaska Statutes Title 44. State Government

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  • Chapter 03. Sovereignty of State
  • Chapter 06. Capital
  • Chapter 09. State Seal, Flag, and Emblems
  • Chapter 12. Holidays, Agency Office Hours, and Official Language
  • Chapter 17. Organization and Administration of Departments
  • Chapter 19. Office of the Governor
  • Chapter 21. Department of Administration
  • Chapter 23. Department of Law
  • Chapter 25. Department of Revenue
  • Chapter 27. Department of Education and Early Development
  • Chapter 28. Department of Corrections
  • Chapter 29. Department of Health and Social Services
  • Chapter 31. Department of Labor and Workforce Development
  • Chapter 33. Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Chapter 35. Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs
  • Chapter 37. Department of Natural Resources
  • Chapter 39. Department of Fish and Game
  • Chapter 41. Department of Public Safety
  • Chapter 42. Department of Transportation and Public Facilities
  • Chapter 46. Department of Environmental Conservation
  • Chapter 50. Notaries Public
  • Chapter 62. Administrative Procedure Act
  • Chapter 64. Hearing Officers and Office of Administrative Hearings
  • Chapter 66. Review of the Activities of Agencies, Boards, and Commissions
  • Chapter 68. State Property
  • Chapter 77. Claims Against the State
  • Chapter 80. Liability of the State
  • Chapter 81. Commercial Fishing and Agriculture Bank
  • Chapter 83. Alaska Energy Authority
  • Chapter 85. Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Authority
  • Chapter 88. Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority
  • Chapter 99. Miscellaneous Provisions and Policies

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