HB 247 passes; bill now heads to Walker
Senate version amended in conference committee to include 4 provisions from House version; narrowly passes House by 21-19 vote
The long battle over the governor’s oil tax credit reform bill, House Bill 247, ended June 6, but no one was claiming victory.
The administration did not get provisions — such as raising the minimum production tax to 5 percent — which would have provided more revenue.
Gov. Bill Walker said early o....
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Changes to Senate version
Cook Inlet changes
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