The first declares the Alaska Redistricting Board's 2013 plan to be the official plan until the next decennial census.
You can see the statewide and area maps at the links below.
- 2013 Proclamation Statewide Map
- 2013 Proclamation Anchorage Map
- 2013 Proclamation Mat-Su Map
- 2013 Proclamation Fairbanks Map
- 2013 Proclamation Kenai Map
- 2013 Proclamation Southeast Map
For all the other documents - including individual district maps - click here.
The second addresses a dispute between the parties - as I understand it - over who is the prevailing party and public interest litigant status. The judge gives the parties until January 22, 2014 to file motions regarding those issues and how fees and costs should be allocated.
This will be of particular interest given the change in the law which has led the state to charge Vic Fischer and Bella Hammond for their litigation over Pebble Mine. In this case, while the challengers did not prevail in this part of the litigation, they certainly prevailed in the earlier parts and I can't see how any objective person could believe this wasn't a public interest litigation that has benefited the state, even if they did not prevail in this last portion.
Superior Court Fairbanks Alaska: Ruling on Redistricting Board Case - Prevailing Party Fees by Steve