Continuance of ACMP hangs in balance
House Finance working on CS; administration says work on bill at impasse; program dies June 30 if not extended in this Legislature
The fate of the Alaska Coastal Management Program was unknown as this issue went to press and the Legislature approached the April 17 end of this year’s session.
ACMP goes away if not extended in this session. The program was substantially changed in 2003 under Gov. Frank Murkowski, over objections....
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What happens if ACMP is not reauthorized?
Administration prefers simple extension
Protection from outsiders
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