Tyson Cox, a member of the borough Assembly from Soldotna, said he regrets not being able to talk publicly about the issue. “The one thing I will say is, I’ve been doing this a long time … we’ve never had two executive sessions in one day,” he said. “Most people, I hope, recognize that part.”
Kenai Peninsula Borough
The rule limited invocations after a first come, first served policy resulted in an invocation that ended with “Hail Satan.”
Opposition was overwhelming. Nearly two thirds of voters in each municipality voted against the bans.