Multiple gas line plans set to be heard
House likely to hear multiple proposals, including port authority; Senate Resources also wants to hear from those who didnít apply
The Alaska Legislature began work in Juneau Jan. 15 with a lot of familiar issues on the table ó ethics, oil taxes and a gas line.
The focus on ethics will probably be on fine tuning the 2007 ethics legislation.
As far as oil taxes and a gas line go, legislators will be dealing with the results of....
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