The authors of ballot measure One call it an Anti-corruption act. Opponents say its a gag law and held rallies against the initiative last weekend. But supporters say the law would not limit free speech or stop citizens from talking to lawmakers. This morning Anchorage attorney Ken Jacobus spoke to the Resource Development Council about what he sees as the merits of the Anti corruption act.
Lori Townsend, APRN – Washington D.C.
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