Alaska 1998 ballot measures
- Six measures were approved, while one was defeated.
- Two measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments
- Five measures were indirect initiated state statutes.
On the ballot
|Measure 2||Marriage||Defines marriage as only valid between a man and a woman|
|Measure 3||Redistricting||Changes the name, power and membership of the reapportionment board|
|IndISS||Measure 5||Business||Prohibits billboards|
|IndISS||Measure 6||English||Makes English the official language in administrative functions|
|IndISS||Measure 7||Term Limits||Allows lawmakers to make a term limits pledge|
|IndISS||Measure 8||Marijuana||Legalizes the medical use of marijuana|
|IndISS||Measure 9||Animal Rights||Prohibits trapping wolves with snares|
Historical note: From 1960, the first year Alaskans voted on an initiative, through 1998, Alaskans considered a total of 29 statewide initiatives, approving 17 and rejecting 12.
- 1998 ballot measures
- List of Alaska ballot measures
- Alaska Legislature
- List of ballot measures by state
- Laws governing the initiative process in Alaska
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