An agency or officer of the State of Alaska having power to commit or transfer an inmate (as defined in art. II(d) of the Western Interstate Corrections Compact) to any institution for confinement may commit or transfer the inmate to an institution within or without the State of Alaska if the State of Alaska has entered into a contract or contracts for the confinement of inmates in the institution under art. III of the Western Interstate Corrections Compact.
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