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'''Alaska Ballot Measure 9''', also known as the '''Bill prohibiting trapping wolves with snares''', was on the [[Alaska 1998 ballot measures|November 7, 1998]] election ballot in [[Alaska]].  It failed, with 37.3% of voters in favor.
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'''Alaska Ballot Measure 9''', also known as the '''Bill prohibiting trapping wolves with snares''', was on the [[Alaska 1998 ballot measures|November 7, 1998]] election ballot in [[Alaska]].  It failed, with 37.3% of voters in favor.<ref>[http://www.elections.alaska.gov/elect98/general/results.htm Alaska 1998 election results]</ref>
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==Text of the proposal==
 
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This bill would prohibit a person form using a snare with the intent of trapping a wolf. It would also prohibit a person from possessing, buying, selling or offering to sell the skin of a wolf known by the person to have been caught with a snare. Breaking the law would be a Class A misdemeanor.
 
This bill would prohibit a person form using a snare with the intent of trapping a wolf. It would also prohibit a person from possessing, buying, selling or offering to sell the skin of a wolf known by the person to have been caught with a snare. Breaking the law would be a Class A misdemeanor.
  
==See also==
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==References==
 
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* [[Alaska 1998 ballot measures]]
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Revision as of 07:25, 2 September 2008

Alaska Ballot Measure 9, also known as the Bill prohibiting trapping wolves with snares, was on the November 7, 1998 election ballot in Alaska. It failed, with 37.3% of voters in favor.[1]


Text of the proposal

The language that appeared on the ballot:

This bill would prohibit a person form using a snare with the intent of trapping a wolf. It would also prohibit a person from possessing, buying, selling or offering to sell the skin of a wolf known by the person to have been caught with a snare. Breaking the law would be a Class A misdemeanor.

References

  1. Alaska 1998 election results