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Getting answers should only take months and could illuminate our options for future supply.
You have to spend billions of dollars for an 800-mile pipeline to get to the point where all other LNG projects begin.
A reduced dividend is no more of a metaphorical tax increase than the reduced services to pay for the dividend are.
This is like Ford increasing the price of pickups by $15,000 and thinking it will sell the same number of trucks.
Without Prop. 6, necessary capital requirements cannot happen, and Anchorage drivers will suffer bad roads and insufficient parking on their way to the park.
It’s easy to play into the instant gratification of quick and easy cash to get votes. It is easy to ignore how government is the delivery system for many of society’s needs.
We are as close to a gas pipeline as we are to a Mid-East peace plan.
The portion of the money that would go to pay energy relief checks and dividends to wealthier residents could be used for more worthy causes.
Becoming a volunteer tax preparer is easier than you think.
It may be time for Alaskans to switch from short-term taking, in exchange for what may have longer-term value.
The politics of budgeting is not easy, nor was it designed to be so.
Significant additional responsible budget cuts are illusive. Depleting savings accounts is a selfish money grab from future generations.
The initiative would adversely affect every development decision on the North Slope.
Like much of the discussion marketing the initiative, it sounds good until examined in detail.
The Fair Share Act’s rhetoric does not match the data. This problematic accounting could make Alaska dangerously noncompetitive.