Legislators hear departments on initiative
Ballot measure 1, the ‘salmon initiative’, would be costly to state; state challenging validity of measure at Alaska Supreme Court
The Alaska Senate’s State Affairs Committee heard an update July 20 from state departments on the potential impact of ballot measure No. 1, the so-called salmon initiative.
A memo from Legislative Legal Services to Committee Chair Kevin Meyer, R-Anchorage, provided a brief summary of the initiative....
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