Stand for Alaska brought a complaint against groups like Yes for Salmon-Vote Yes on One, Stand for Salmon and The Alaska Center that back the Stand for Salmon ballot initiative, claiming they had violated disclosure laws. Litigation Partner Matt Singer represented Stand for Alaska and argued against the lack of transparency regarding contributions to Yes for Salmon that came from SalmonState, which was dissolved as a nonprofit corporation.
Mr. Singer told Alaska Journal of Commerce after the hearing that SalmonState is "not a real organization. They call themselves SalmonState, but are just a project of New Venture Fund." Mr. Singer sought to identify where the contributions came from, saying, "It’s a mystery."
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