AGIA funding, reports an issue in Juneau
Administration agrees to provide reports to legislators at end of April, October; unspent FY 09 AGIA funding goes to in-state line
AGIA, the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act, was not formally on the agenda in the Alaska Legislature this year, but Gov. Sarah Palinís plan to jumpstart a natural gas pipeline from the North Slope to markets was not forgotten.
Reps. Jay Ramras, R-Fairbanks, and Craig Johnson, R-Anchorage, sponsored Ho....
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Administration ó just ask
House Resolution 11
The appropriation issue
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