Vote No on Ballot Measures 2, 3 and 4
The Alaska Chamber opposes Ballot Measures 2, 3 and 4 and urges Alaskans to Just Vote No on November 4. Each ballot measure threatens harmful and lasting consequences for Alaskans and businesses.
Ballot Measure 2
The Alaska Chamber opposes Ballot Measure 2: An act to tax and regulate the production, sale and use of marijuana. The measure will negatively affect workforce safety, readiness and productivity, and increase employer liability.
Jo McGuire's Power Point Presentation
Jo McGuire's Video Presentation
Ballot Measure 3
The Alaska Chamber opposes Ballot Measure 3: Increase Alaska’s Minimum Wage. Employers and workers, not the government, should determine the value of labor, based on labor availability and its contribution to the earnings of the business.
Ballot Measure 4
The Alaska Chamber opposes Ballot Measure 4: Bristol Bay Forever. The measure politicizes Alaska's rigorous permitting process. Businesses investing in Alaska rely on a predictable and fair permitting process.
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The Alaska State Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to improving the business environment in Alaska. The Alaska Chamber represents hundreds of businesses from Ketchikan to Barrow that share a common goal: to make Alaska a viable and competitive place to do business.
Through legislative advocacy, communications and publications, membership benefits and services, and special networking events, the Chamber continues to expand economic opportunities for all Alaskans.