I'm a strong supporter of Castle Doctrine in your home. Alaska already strips the duty to retreat in public places if you're accompanied by a minor or member of your household, at work, or at home. Alaska law also allows you to stand in the shoes of a third person if that third person would be justified in using deadly force.
So while this is an ok law and I lukewarmly support it, I don't feel super strongly about it. We don't seem to see many baseless prosecutions for legit self defense cases. I also don't think it is a terrible idea to require civilians to try to withdraw from a situation in a public place if there isn't a loved one in the mix.