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This act reduces penalties for certain drug offenses, reduces felony sentences, and establishes a maximum 30-day imprisonment for most misdemeanor offenses. The bill also includes a number of bail reforms, including requiring judges to: order a person to be released on their own recognizance in most cases, take into account financial ability to post bail when setting bail, and utilize risk assessments when assessing conditions of release.Year: 2016•State: Alaska•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Alaska State Legislature
This act relates to the labeling and identification of genetically modified fish and fish products. The act amends Alaska's statutes regarding food labeling to include labeling requirements for genetically modified fish or genetically modified fish product. Food that is genetically modified fish or genetically modified fish product is deemed to be inconsistent with the state's food labeling laws unless: the food is conspicuously labeled to identify the fish or fish product as a genetically modified fish or fish product if the fish or fish product is sold in a packaged form; or the food is conspicuously identified as a genetically modified fish or fish product if the fish or fish product is sold in an unpackaged form. Genetically modified fish is defined by the act to mean: a finfish or shellfish whose genetic structure has been altered at the molecular level by means that are not possible under natural conditions or processes, including recombinant DNA and RNA techniques, cell fusion, gene deletion or doubling, introduction of exogenous genetic material, alteration of the position of a gene, or similar procedure; or the progeny of a finfish or shellfish described in (A) of this paragraph. A genetically modified fish product means a product prepared from a genetically modified fish.Year: 2005•State: Alaska•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Alaska Legislature
This act adopts the Municipal Property Assessed Clean Energy Act. It authorizes municipalities to establish programs to impose assessments for energy improvements in regions designated by municipalities.Year: 2017•State: Alaska•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Alaska State Legislature