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Inclusivity measure stirs debate in Alaska fishing town

Inclusivity measure stirs debate in Alaska fishing town

The small Alaska fishing community of Homer is no stranger to political activism. In the 1970s, a landmark legal case involving one of its residents found the constitutional right to privacy in Alaska extends to the at-home use of marijuana. In 1989, Homer became a “nuclear-free” zone. And just last month, hundreds turned out for a women’s march in the city. Now, Homer is wading deeper into the national political debate, becoming the latest U.S. city to consider affirming its commitme…
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