Initiative to Repeal Anchorage’s LGBTQ Law Started

Initiative to Repeal Anchorage’s LGBTQ Law Started

A new citizen-sponsored initiative in Anchorage is seeking to repeal a recently passed anti-discrimination ordinance.

The referendum would ask Anchorage voters whether or not they support a repeal of AO-96, the city measure adding protections for sexual orientation and gender identity to the city’s anti-discrimination laws.

Referendum materials show conservative talk-show host Bernadette Wilson as the measure’s main sponsor.

The potential ballot measure still needs to be reviewed by municipal attorneys to make sure it meets legal standards, according to Deputy Clerk Amanda Moser.

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