Coastal zone, tax on gas bills on burner
Two issues firing up legislators — role of local districts in coastal management and tax impacts of open season — move toward votes
Two issues in particular are firing up members as the Alaska Legislature moves into its final days: coastal zone management and the impact of North Slope gas sales on the state’s production tax income.
Sen. Bert Stedman, R-Sitka, co-chair of Senate Finance, has been working the gas issue with consu....
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