Can AGIA application be adjusted?
Porter: Legislators can tighten app; Rutherford: Authorities clear in statute, changes threat to commitment
Since the Legislature is a separate and equal branch of government should it be able to make changes in an application under the governorís Alaska Gasline Inducement Act?
There are two opinions on that, one from Legislative Budget & Audit consultant Steve Porter, a former member of the Murkowski ad....
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