Legislative consultants: AGIA canít hurt
Juneau session with experts hired by LB&A includes some agreement by consultants, review of TransCanadaís financial strength
Consultants hired by the Legislative Budget and Audit Committee to evaluate the TransCanada proposal under AGIA, the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act, told members of the Alaska Legislature that they see no harm in approving the license.
Dan Dickinson, a former Tax Division head under the Murkowski ad....
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What does vote cover?
Issue of expandability
Evaluation of TransCanada
Would TransCanada be on the list?
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