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
|BI||Bonding Proposition A||Bonds||Issues $400 million in bonds for residential mortgages for veterans|
|ABR||Measure 1||Con Con||Authorizes a constitutional convention|
|Measure 2||Bonds||Expands the state's authority to incur indebtedness by allowing the state to issue bonds for veterans' housing loans|
|Measure 3||Judiciary||Modifies the membership makeup and the name of the Commission on Judicial Qualifications|
|Measure 4||Gov't Finances||Limits appropriations for a fiscal year to $2.5 billion|
|IndISS||Measure 5||Fed Con||Asserts state ownership of federal lands|
|IndISS||Measure 6||Abortion||Prohibits state funding of abortions|
|IndISS||Measure 7||Hunt & Fish||Prohibits classification by sex, race and other categories as to who can consume fish and game|
|AQ||Measure 8||Capitals||Asks voter whether they approve of spending $2,843,147,000 on moving the state capital|
- 1982 ballot measures
- List of Alaska ballot measures
- Alaska Legislature
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- Laws governing the initiative process in Alaska
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