State certifies reserves 3-cent gas tax proposal
Proponents need nearly 33,000 signatures to get measure on a future ballot; state lawyers noted ambiguities in proposal
A renewed push to tax large natural gas reserves in Alaska passed its first hurdle recently, but a state legal review raised concerns about “ambiguities” in the proposal.
Lt. Gov. Sean Parnell certified the proposed ballot measure on Nov. 28.
The certification means the proposal passes the hurdle f....
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Ambiguities in the measure
Need nearly 33,000 signatures
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