2013 Alaska Statutes
Title 24 - LEGISLATURE AND LOBBYING
Chapter 24.10 - OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AND COMPENSATION
Article 01 - OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATURE
Sec. 24.10.030 Chief clerk and senate secretary.
Each house shall select from outside its membership a person of known stenographic and administrative ability to serve as chief administrative clerk; a chief clerk in the house of representatives and a secretary in the senate. When nominated and elected in conformity with the uniform rules, they continue to serve for the duration of the legislature at the pleasure of the house to which assigned. Pending the organization of a new legislature, they may continue to serve at the request and direction of the legislative council until their respective houses formally reappoint or replace them. The chief clerk and senate secretary are responsible for the performance of duties provided for by law, the uniform rules, and orders of the house. They may be requested to report to the legislative council for duty for a period not to exceed two weeks immediately preceding the convening of the session and shall remain at the capital until the completion of their work is determined by the director of the council.
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