Alaska Statutes.
Title 15. Elections
Chapter 45. Initiative, Referendum, and Recall
Section 410. Preparation of Ballot Title and Proposition.
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AS 15.45.410. Preparation of Ballot Title and Proposition.

(a) The lieutenant governor, with the assistance of the attorney general, shall prepare a ballot title and proposition upon determining that the petition is properly filed. The ballot title shall, in not more than 25 words, indicate the general subject area of the act. The proposition shall, in not more than 50 words for each section, give a true and impartial summary of the act being referred. In this subsection, "section" means each section of the Alaska Statutes created, amended, or repealed in the Act, and each section of the Act that does not create or amend codified law.

(b) The proposition prepared under (a) of this section shall comply with AS 15.60.005 and shall be worded so that a "Yes" vote on the proposition is a vote to reject the act referred.

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