Alaska Statutes.
Title 29. Municipal Government
Chapter 10. Home Rule Municipalities
Section 30. Initiative and Referendum.
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AS 29.10.030. Initiative and Referendum.

(a) A home rule charter shall provide procedures for initiative and referendum.

(b) A charter may not require an initiative or referendum petition to have a number of signatures greater than 25 percent of the total votes cast in the municipality at the last regular election.

(c) A charter may not permit the initiative and referendum to be used for a purpose prohibited by art. XI, Sec. 7 of the state constitution.

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