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  • 9th April 2012

    Anti-discrimination bill results in Anchorage called into question over allegations of voter fraud 6

    The anti-discrimination law was not passed, but the votes against it are now being called into question

    4:46 PM — The recent, much-contested gay rights ballot initiative in Anchorage, Alaska - which would have banned discrimination in the city on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity had it passed - has put the city at the centre of a huge controversy over allegations of voter fraud, disenfranchisement, uncounted ballots and more.

  • 2nd April 2012

    Anchorage set to vote on Proposition 5 8

    Dan Sullivan holds that there is no evidence to support discrimination exists against LGBT people in Anchorage

    10:45 PM — Anchorage, Alaska's largest city, is set to vote tomorrow on Proposition 5, which would, if approved by the voters, outlaw discrimination in employment and housing against gay men and lesbians, and in addition, extend protections to transgender people.

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