Lt. Governor to Issue Set Net Decision Monday

Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell has until Monday to decide if the petition to ban set nets in urban areas is legal.


Michelle Toohey, Treadwell’s Chief of Staff, said he’s been reviewing the information from the Attorney General’s office…


Toohey: “The Lt. Gov’s office is still considering certification of the initiative under the advice of the Attorney General. The Lt. Gov will make a final determination on Monday, January 6, which is the deadline for certification, and at that time, we will issue a press release, indicating the Lt. Gov’s decision.”


If the initiative is certified, the Division of Elections will begin printing the  booklets that sponsors need to gather signatures in preparation for the 2016 ballot.

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