Legislators continue finance discussions
Administration shooting for early budget delivery; ISER beginning study of impacts of different cuts, tax, permanent fund changes
Alaska legislators, having struggled through two special sessions to reach accord with the administration of Gov. Bill Walker on a state operating budget in face of a steep drop in oil prices and steadily declining North Slope crude oil production, are already preparing to deal with the next budget....
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