Coastal bill dies but task force passes
Legislature sets up Alaska Northern Waters Task Force to ensure input on state-federal commission responsible for northern waters
If the oil and gas tax decoupling bill which passed the Alaska Legislature April 18 was one of the biggest wins of the session for proponents, an attempt to revise the state’s coastal management program went down as one of the biggest losses.
But for a different group of legislators.
The coastal z....
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Starting over again
Task force reports
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