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The Legislative Affairs Agency is responsible for arranging for the production, editing, publishing, and distribution of the laws of each session. The executive director shall have the slip law copies of the enrolled acts produced in sufficient quantity for one complete set to be provided each legislator pending the publication of supplements to the Alaska Statutes. The commissioner of education and early development is to receive sufficient copies of the slip laws for official state distribution and the commissioner may charge for other distribution on the basis of production and handling costs.
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