Alaska’s fiscal challenge for future
State’s fiscal gap presents risk for long term investment but any option to balance the fiscal books will cause pain to someone
As the Alaska Legislature gears up for another no-doubt lively debate over the state’s oil production tax, blamed by some for a lack of investment in new oil production, another factor that can put the dampers on industry investment in the Last Frontier looms on the horizon, according to Bradford Ke....
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