Palin proposes revised energy plan
The $769 million plan would give every Alaskan $1,200, suspend state gas tax for one year, give loans to commercial fishermen
Calling it a “starting point” for addressing rising energy costs, Gov. Sarah Palin submitted a bill to state lawmakers on June 20 that would give every Alaskan a $1,200 check, as well as suspend the state fuel tax for one year.
The one-time payment would distribute $729 million from an expected mult....
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