Marks: Progressivity dysfunctional
Petroleum economist, contracting for LB&A, tells legislators Alaska not competitive for investment with comparable oil provinces
Petroleum economist Roger Marks, under contract to the Alaska Legislature’s Budget and Audit Committee, told the House Finance Committee March 15 that he believes the progressivity structure within ACES is dysfunctional.
He said this has concerned him since progressivity was enacted as part of the....
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Alaska v. other jurisdictions
Lots of money
More money better than less
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