AGIA set to move out of Senate Judiciary
House Resources still taking testimony, has hearings scheduled through April 28; Senate bill to Senate Finance; House also has Finance referral
The Alaska Senate, apparently benefiting from having half as many members as the House, is moving the governorís Alaska Gas Inducement Act along at a faster pace than the larger body.
They were only a couple of days apart in getting bills out of their first committee referrals, the House Special Co....
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