What is ballot measure 1?

Ballot Measure 1 would replace our current science-based fish habitat protections with new, unproven regulations that would impact virtually any type of project in Alaska. The measure poses a threat to Alaska’s communities, our jobs and our economy by adding complicated red tape that will impact private property owners and companies alike. Funded by Outside money, the ballot measure was written in private without public review or comment. There were no public hearings to discuss the potential impacts or provide alternative perspectives. The measure is opposed by a broad coalition of Alaskan businesses, trade organizations, groups and Alaska Native corporations. It will go before Alaska voters on November 6th. 


About the Issue

Alaska agencies and individuals have worked hard over the years to update and expand fish habitat policies.

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Why I Stand

Read stories from real Alaskans who are taking a stand to oppose the unreasonable ballot measure.