Alaska perm fund to again get 50% of royalties after bill passed in ’03 repealed
Beginning in October, 50 percent of the royalties generated from mineral leases issued after Dec. 1, 1979 will be placed in the Alaska Permanent Fund, increasing from the 25 percent that has been transferred since 2003. The increase is due to the automatic repeal of House Bill 11, passed in 2003, wh....
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