Formal transmission not until June 3
If AGIA license recommended, 60-day review would begin with special session; admin says AGIA doesn’t affect sovereign rights
The administration of Gov. Sarah Palin and the Alaska Legislature are continuing to work out details of how review of an AGIA license — if one is granted to TransCanada — would be scheduled.
The governor said April 18 that it is still the goal of the commissioners of the departments of Revenue and....
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What would state be committed to do?
State would protect its interests
Econ One looked at TransCanada’s values to stakeholders
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