State revenue stream OK but ‘fragile’
Assuming strong oil prices, state will have plenty of cash for budgeting and can build its savings, revenue commissioner says
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Prospects are decent for ample revenue to support state government and preserve savings through the year 2020, but Alaska’s finances will remain “fragile” due to heavy dependence on oil production, state Revenue Commissioner Pat Galvin says.
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