Arctic Power won’t get all ANWR money
Alaska House earmarks $3.7M for lobbying, with $3 million for Pac/West Communications, $750,000 for Arctic Power
Associated Press Writer
The Alaska House on March 27 approved spending $3.7 million to lobby Congress for opening the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling.
State representatives added the money to a supplemental spending bill nearly a week after U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, said this is a must-pass year for....
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$3M for public-relations campaigns
Pac/West has worked in Alaska
Stevens said he’s soured on Arctic Power
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