AGIA on trial
First public discussions show administration will be defending process, not proposal
Fifty-nine to one was the margin when the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act passed the Alaska Legislature in May 2007. Judging from the questions the administration is getting on the TransCanada AGIA license it has recommended to the Legislature, it is AGIA, not the TransCanada license that will be the....
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