Work will continue on oil, gas taxes
Stedman says taxes will be an issue in Alaska Legislature next year; he hopes governor planning exit strategy for state from AGIA
For Petroleum News
The regular legislative session is over. So is the special session, which ended three days before the 30 days afforded the Legislature.
But the work is hardly done.
There still is a coastal zone management plan that will expire July 1 if something isnít done.
There is a tax regime many lawmakers bel....
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