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Alaska Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development

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The Alaska Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development is a state executive position in the Alaska state government. The commissioner is principal executive officer of the Alaska Department of Labor, which enforces state labor laws, mediates disputes between employers and employees, and develops statistics concerning the Alaskan labor market.

Current officeholder

The current commissioner of labor is Clark "Click" Bishop, originally appointed in January 2007 by Governor Sarah Palin.

See also

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