Alaska Statutes.
Title 29. Municipal Government
Chapter 26. Elections
Section 150. Protest.
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AS 29.26.150. Protest.

If the municipal clerk certifies that an initiative or referendum petition is insufficient, a signer of the petition may file a protest with the mayor within seven days after the certification. The mayor shall present the protest at the next regular meeting of the governing body. The governing body shall hear and decide the protest.

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