Alaska 1982 ballot measures
- Three of the measures were indirect initiated state statutes.
- Three of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- There was also a statewide advisory measure and a constitutional convention question.
On the ballot
|ABR||Constitutional Convention||Convention||Shall there be a constitutional convention?||
|IndISS||Consumption of Fish and Game||Natural resources||Prohibit classification by gender, ethnicity as to who can consume fish and game||
|IndISS||Abortion Funding||Abortion||Limit state funding of abortion||
|IndISS||State Ownership of Federal Land||Natural resources||Assert state ownership of federal lands in Alaska||
|AQ||Relocation of State Capital Advisory Vote||Admin of gov't||Should state spend $2.8 billion to relocate capital to Willow||
|Commission on Judicial Qualifications Amendment||Judiciary||Re-name Commission on Judicial Qualifications and change its makeup||
|Authorization to Issue Veterans’ Housing Bonds Amendment||Bonds||Expand state's authority to incur indebtedness||
|Limitation on State Budget Appropriations Amendment||State spending||Limits appropriations for a fiscal year to $2.5 billion, adjusted annually||
|Alaska BP||Bonds||$400 million for residential mortgages for veterans||
- 1982 ballot measures
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