Alaska trying to swallow the elephant
Deliberations, debates and discussions continue on plans, ideas and schemes for meeting growing in-state demand for natural gas
Rep. Jay Ramras has been repeating an old joke lately.
Q: How do you eat an elephant? A: One bite at a time.
The elephant in this case is the on-going attempt to supply natural gas to the more urban parts of Alaska as soon as possible. And there are a lot of hungry people at the table.
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