Oil Tax Repeal Officially on the BallotBut here's the money quote:
Alaskans will officially be able to decide whether the state Legislature got it right on oil tax reform in the 2014 primary election.
The Division of Elections confirmed Monday morning 31,673 signatures to repeal S.B. 21 passed during the legislative session earlier this year to lower the tax rate on oil and gas industry.
The Alaska Democratic Party argues the number of valid signatures was even higher.
Srsly, what's wrong with people? Simply qualifying isn't enough ... they want to be more qualified-er than that?