Alaska Legislative Annulment of Regulations (1984)

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The Alaska Legislative Annulment of Regulations Amendment ballot question appeared on the 1984 statewide general election ballot in Alaska as a proposed legislatively-referred constitutional amendment to the Alaska Constitution. It was defeated.

The ballot summary said, "This amendment of the Alaska Constitution would permit the legislature to annul executive-branch regulations by passing a resolution. The annulment would become effective 30 days after passage by the legislature, unless the resolution sets a different date. The resolution must have three readings in each house on separate days, except that it may be advanced from second to third reading on the same day by a three-fourths vote of the house considering it. The resolution must receive approval of a majority of the membership of each house. The yeas and nays on final passage must be entered in the legislative journals. The resolution is not subject to veto by the governor, and it is not subject to repeal by referendum."

1984 election results

Alaska Legislative Annulment of Regulations (1984)
Yes or no Votes Percentage
Yes - 48%
10px-600px-Red x.png No - 52%
Total votes - 100% precincts

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