Taxes, oil prices bump revenue
The story may not be new, but it still has a surprising ending.
Propelled by record oil prices and new production taxes, the State of Alaska is projected to bring in nearly $8.5 billion in unrestricted revenue this fiscal year, according to a preliminary forecast released on March 14.
Of that $8.5 b....
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Winter price increases propelled revenues
Progressive taxes added as well
Production still expected to decline
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