Alaska’s constitution is the fundamental document for the state. It sets forth basic principles and individual rights, the structures and responsibilities of government, and other provisions for the functioning of the state.
Amending the Constitution is a serious matter. We’ve done it before to strengthen our right to privacy, to establish the Permanent Fund and for other purposes. But you make a change only if the need is great, the justification is clear and you don’t create more problems than you solve.