Coastal zone renewal bill dies in House
Supporters can’t garner 21 votes needed to concur with conference committee changes to Senate version of bill; program dies June 30
The Alaska House, which in mid-April passed 40-0 a bill to extend and revise the Alaska Coastal Management Program, on May 14 couldn’t find 21 votes needed to concur with the Senate’s version of the bill after it went to conference committee.
After a 20-15 vote the House took a long at ease while s....
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