Dueling memos on AGIA application
LB&A attorneys say TransCanada application noncompliant; administration attorneys disagree
The administration of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is still evaluating TransCanada’s application under AGIA to be the state’s licensee for a natural gas pipeline project. The Alaska Legislature will only get a proposal if the administration vets it as being in the state’s best interest. Already, however,....
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