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FCCS SB 241: "An Act extending the March 11, 2020, governor's declaration of a public health disaster emergency in response to the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic; providing for a financing plan; making temporary changes to state law in response to the COVID-19 outbreak in the following areas: standing orders of the chief medical officer; occupational and professional licensing, practice, and billing; telehealth; fingerprinting requirements for health care providers; elections in calendar year 2020; permanent fund dividend applications and eligibility; state tax filings, payments, and penalties; corporations; state and municipal government deadlines; the Alaska regional economic assistance program; Medicaid and public assistance; workers' compensation; sanitation standards for retail sellers; actions by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska; utilities and residential utility service; power cost equalization; forbearance of specified state loans; foreclosures; evictions; wills; repossessions; access to federal stabilization funds; seafood purchase and distribution; homelessness; administrative hearings; and liability for issuing, providing, or manufacturing personal protective equipment; and providing for an effective date."

00FCCS SB 241 01 "An Act extending the March 11, 2020, governor's declaration of a public 02 health disaster emergency in response to the novel coronavirus disease 03 (COVID-19) pandemic; providing for a financing plan; making temporary 04 changes to state law in response to the COVID-19 outbreak in the following 05 areas: standing orders of the chief medical officer; occupational and 06 professional licensing, practice, and billing; telehealth; fingerprinting 07 requirements for health care providers; elections in calendar year 2020; 08 permanent fund dividend applications and eligibility; state tax filings, 09 payments, and penalties; corporations; state and municipal government 10 deadlines; the Alaska regional economic assistance program; Medicaid and 11 public assistance; workers' compensation; sanitation standards for retail 12 sellers; actions by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska; utilities and 13 residential utility service; power cost equalization; forbearance of 14 specified state loans; foreclosures; evictions; wills; repossessions; 15 access to federal stabilization funds; seafood purchase and distribution; 16 homelessness; administrative hearings; and liability for issuing, 17 providing, or manufacturing personal protective equipment; and providing 18 for an effective date." 19