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Repealed.

History: Eff. 7/22/78, Register 67; am 5/14/80, Register 74; am 5/24/81, Register 78; am 10/18/81, Register 80; am 6/29/84, Register 90; am 1/4/86, Register 97; am 8/22/97, Register 143; repealed 12/22/2011, Register 200

2 AAC 50.394. Reporting final disbursement of campaign assets and satisfaction of campaign debts

Repealed.

History: Eff. 1/1/2001, Register 156; am 2/20/2005, Register 173; repealed 12/22/2011, Register 200

2 AAC 50.395. Reporting by a business entity or labor organization

Repealed 1/4/86.

2 AAC 50.396. Public office expense term account

(a) A legislator may use a public office expense term account described in AS 15.13.116 (a)(8) only for expenses associated with service as a legislator. For purposes of AS 15.13.116 (a)(8) and (d) and this section, expenses associated with service as a legislator include

(1) travel expenses as provided in (b) of this section;

(2) office equipment used in legislative service;

(3) flowers and cards sent to constituents;

(4) constituent mailings reporting on legislative issues; and

(5) other items that the United States Internal Revenue Service recognizes as bona fide expenses of serving in public office.

(b) A legislator may use public office expense term account money for travel to a state event related to the legislative office held and for travel between Juneau, Alaska and the legislator's home district during the legislative session. A legislator may not use public office expense term account money to travel to a campaign event for the legislator or for another candidate for office, a political party event, or a fundraiser or speech for a national political figure. If a legislator incidentally attends a campaign event or other partisan event in connection with travel to a state event or to the legislator's home district for a purpose related to legislative service, any additional expense of attending the campaign event or other partisan event may not be paid from a public official expense term account.

(c) In this section,

(1) "incidentally attends a campaign event or other partisan event" means that the campaign event or partisan event is not the main purpose of the legislator's travel, and the legislator would not have incurred the travel expense solely for the campaign event or partisan event;

(2) "partisan event" means an event or political activity that advocates support for one candidate over another, one political party over another, or one position over another in an ballot proposition.

History: Eff. 12/22/2011, Register 200

Authority: AS 15.13.030

AS 15.13.110

AS 15.13.116

2 AAC 50.397. Reporting by persons outside the state

Repealed.

History: Eff. 4/28/79, Register 70; repealed 1/1/2001, Register 156

Editor's note: The substance of 2 AAC 50.397 was relocated to 2 AAC 50.344.

2 AAC 50.399. Civil penalties for late or incomplete reports

Repealed.

History: Eff. 1/1/2001, Register 156; am 2/20/2005, Register 173; repealed 12/22/2011, Register 200

2 AAC 50.400. Disbursement of a surplus balance in a campaign account

Repealed.

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