Oil tax bill appears dead in Senate
ConocoPhillips’ Mulva urges passage, highlights possible projects; Senate president says body not ‘do nothing’; more work needed
If the governor’s oil tax bill wasn’t dead before then, Senate President Gary Stevens nailed the coffin lid down when he took to the floor of the Senate April 11 to defend the Senate against the governor’s “do-nothing Senate” tag. Stevens said that since the Senate had accomplished a number of thing....
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