Alaska Legislature sends $ to residents
AGIA reimbursement fund only gets $30M; highway projects, workforce development, not funded; DNR gets partial funds
The Alaska Legislature gaveled out Aug. 7 after this summerís second special session, signing off on some of Gov. Sarah Palinís appropriation requests, refusing others and adding some things the administration hadnít requested.
The administrationís request was for $1.53 billion in energy rebates an....
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AGIA implementation cut
What was added?
Energy plan in works
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