Treadwell, 112614 AKAGO, AGO JU2014200708
|Docket Nº:||AGO JU2014200708|
|Case Date:||November 26, 2014|
• 11.56.130 (a) would make it "a class A felony for public officials to regulate or legislate competitive advantages for, or direct appropriations to themselves, their business partners, their clients, immediate family, past present, or sought-after employers or contributors, including contributors to independent expenditure campaigns intended to increase the probability of their election."
• 11.56.130 (b) would make it "a class A felony to receive an appropriation, or secure a competitive advantage over competition for profit through regulation or statute by inducing public officials to violate (a) of this section."
• 11.56.130 (c) provides that "[presumptive political bribery shall be narrowly construed. Actions affecting legislation and/or regulations which similarly impact a broad spectrum of population, and have relatively minor fiscal impacts incidental only to implementation, are exempt. Members of deliberative bodies may absolve themselves of potential conflict by entering their conflict into the record and refraining from voting."
• 11.56.130 (d) provides that "[f]or purposes of applying AS 12.10 governing limitations of actions, in a prosecution under AS 11.56.130, the statute of limitations begins to run with...
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