House does turnaround on decoupling
Initially defeated 19 to 21, SB 305 then passed 23 to 17; Stedman pushed passage over concern that combined tax would cost state
Decoupling oil and gas taxes in advance of an AGIA open season scheduled to begin May 1 was a top priority for Sen. Bert Stedman, R-Sitka, co-chair of Senate Finance, in the just-concluded session of the Alaska Legislature. On April 18 — the last day of the session — Stedman saw success when the Hou....
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