O&G tax hike draws closer to 2020 ballot
A ballot initiative that will ask Alaska voters to increase oil taxes in order to support state spending reached the next step in the process on Oct. 15 when Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer certified its application.
The initiative’s supporters can now gather signatures to get what they call the “Fair Share Ac....
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$1 billion-plus tax hike
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