Bill separates oil, gas in Alaska tax
Senate Finance Committee begins work on SB 305, result of work on what happens with progressivity when gas is added to tax base
The Alaska Senate’s Finance Committee started hearings March 9 on Senate Bill 305, a bill which would separate oil from gas for purposes of calculating the state’s oil and gas production tax.
The bill was one of a pair introduced in the Senate, and Sen. Bert Stedman, R-Sitka, the committee’s co-cha....
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