Alaskans will get to vote next year on whether to repeal Senate Bill 21.
The Division of Elections certified a petition to put SB 21 on the 2014 primary ballot Thursday. Of the 52,649 signatures gathered, 45,667 were qualified.
SB 21 — which passed the House and Senate during the last session — would give tax breaks to oil and gas producers.
State statute gives opponents 30 days from the date of certification to challenge the petition in Superior Court.