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Judge Suspends Controversial Union Ordinance

By | August 20, 2013

A state Superior Court judge has sided with Municipality of Anchorage employee’s unions in a dispute over  a city labor law.  Judge Eric Aarseth heard arguments from union and city attorneys yesterday, and made his decision from the bench only minutes after their conclusion.   Aarseth’s decision allows a referendum asking voters to weigh in on the law to go forward, and it essentially suspends the city ordinance for now.  Anchorage  municipal attorney Dennis Wheeler says the city will contest the suspension order, because under city code, a suspension can only take place if the required number of petition signatures is in.

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