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Thinking Twice about LNG

With dividends at stake, it is easy to become desperate, and seek action we would...
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Budget Cuts Are Real

The budget of the state of Alaska has been cut There are those who will claim it hasn't,...
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Senator Cathy GiesselLegislature Concludes Two Day AK LNG Project Update

ANCHORAGE – Today, the Joint Resources Committee concluded a two-day long update of the Alaska LNG Project, a $55 billion gasline enterprise to monetize Alaska’s natural gas reserves.  Full Story >>

Senator Mike DunleavySen. Dunleavy Grateful Parental Rights Now Explicit in State Law

WASILLA – Senator Mike Dunleavy (R-Mat-Su & Copper River Valleys) expressed appreciation today for Governor Bill Walker’s decision to allow House Bill 156 to become law, as the deadline for a veto expired yesterday.  Full Story >>

Senator Mia CostelloGovernor Cuts Legislature out of Gasline Process

ANCHORAGE – Alaska State Senators expressed disappointment today in Governor Walker’s decision to veto Senate Bill 125, an effort to improve cooperation on advancing a gasline by adding three non-voting members from the Legislature to the Board of Directors of the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC).  Full Story >>

Senator Lesil McGuireBill Supporting Renewable Energy Becomes Law

The new law extends exemptions for small renewable energy facilities from the Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA) regulation for an additional five years. The exemption sunsets under the old law in January of this year.  Full Story >>

Majority Press OfficeSpending Reduction Bills Signed into Law

ANCHORAGE – A pair of bills aimed at controlling the cost of state government, while still providing financial assistance to communities statewide, were signed into law today.  Full Story >>

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