Call’s filing signals plans to run against the newly confirmed Sen. Josh Revak for Senate District M.
The timeline sets up a resolution or this stage of the litigation for sometime in mid-January. All parties agreed that the case is destined to make a stop in the Alaska Supreme Court.
Today’s appeal doesn’t specifically address Clarkson’s legal rationale, but instead asks the Superior Court to enforce the constitution and state law.
A trip to the court is a possibility.
Fischer said he signed because the new revenue would go a long way to protecting things that matter to Alaskans, including the dividend.
The difference is particularly stark when you factor in political action committee contributions.
Backers braced for a legal fight over the measure but this one gets to skip the courts.
The initiative would expand the expectations for the Board of Regents and Department of Education.
Alaska’s lone U.S. Rep. Don Young is unhappy about the news that the Democrat-led U.S. House of Representatives has finally launched an impeachment inquiry into…
Initiative groups are facing tight turnarounds to get on the 2020 ballot, especially if they have any legal challenges.