The Constitution of the State of Alaska Art. I, § 1. Inherent Rights

This constitution is dedicated to the principles that all persons have a natural right to life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness, and the enjoyment of the rewards of their own industry;  that all persons are equal and entitled to equal rights, opportunities, and protection under the law;  and that all persons have corresponding obligations to the people and to the State.


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