Lawmakers look at alternatives to 20/20
Hawker, Samuels propose levy based on capital investment; Wagoner wants tax on gross; administration will reintroduce 20/20
The Associated Press
Two Anchorage lawmakers aim to break a stalemate over the rewrite of Alaska’s oil production taxes with an alternative version of a proposal to tax oil companies’ profits.
Republican Reps. Mike Hawker and Ralph Samuels have come up with a concept they hope other legislators will see as a compromise....
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Tax rate based on investment
Also bill based on gross
Democrats favor tax on gross
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