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Rep. Andrew Josephson

NEWS: Praise for Court Victory Allowing Salmon Habitat Ballot Measure to Go Forward

Anchorage – Earlier today, a Superior Court judge issued a ruling allowing the “Stand for Salmon” ballot measure to move forward through the initiative process. The ruling requires the Alaska Lieutenant Governor to certify the initiative and allows proponents to begin collecting signatures. The purpose of the proposed ballot measure is to update state statutes to protect Alaska’s vital and nearly pristine salmon habitat.

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Rep. Adam Wool

NEWS: Members of Coalition Leadership are Coming to Fairbanks for a Townhall

Fairbanks – The Speaker of the Alaska House of Representatives will join Rep. Adam Wool (D-Fairbanks) for a legislative townhall in Fairbanks on Sunday, October 8th. The townhall will also include Majority Whip Rep. Louise Stutes (R-Kodiak) and House Resources Committee Co-Chair Rep. Andy Josephson (D-Anchorage).

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House Majority Coalition

NEWS: Compromise Achieved to Reform Alaska’s Unsustainable Oil Tax Credit System

Juneau – Tonight, the Alaska Legislature passed a compromise version of legislation to reform Alaska’s system of subsidizing the oil industry on the North Slope with tax credits. House Bill 111 ends Alaska’s unique cash for tax credits system and strengthens the four percent minimum tax to ensure Alaska receives some production tax revenue in times of low oil prices. Tonight’s compromise was brokered by House Resources Committee Co-chair Representative Geran Tarr (D-Anchorage), who served as the Chair of the HB 111 Conference Committee.

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House Majority Coalition

NEWS: Special Session Compromise; End Cash Credits Now

Anchorage – The Alaska House Majority Coalition has communicated a proposed compromise to the Alaska Senate Majority to address oil tax credit reform, which is the subject of the ongoing Second Special Session of the 30th Alaska State Legislature. Coalition members support changes to House Bill 111 to end the practice of paying oil companies cash subsidies for certain tax credits. This is expected to save the State of Alaska an estimated $1.5 billion over the next ten years.

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NEWS: Flaws in Alaska’s Oil Tax Regime are Bigger Than Paying Cash for Tax Credits

Juneau – Earlier today, the leadership of the Alaska Senate Majority reversed course and called for action during the Second Special Session on legislation to fix Alaska’s flawed system of subsidizing the oil and gas industry on the North Slope through overly-generous tax credits. The Alaska House Majority Coalition welcomes a renewed focus on this important issue.

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HOUSE RESOURCES COMMITTEE

Rep. Geran Tarr
Resources Cmte Co-Chair

Toll-Free +1 (800) 303-2455
Capitol Bldg Room 126
STAFF:
Magdalena Oliveros
+1 (907) 269-0144
Magdalena.Oliveros@akleg.gov
Legislative Aide
Thatcher Brouwer
+1 (907) 465-6007
Thatcher.Brouwer@akleg.gov
Resources Committee Aide
Diana Rhoades
+1 (907) 269-0145
Diana.Rhoades@akleg.gov
Legislative Director

Rep. Andy Josephson
Resources Cmte Co-Chair

Toll-Free +1 800 465-4939
Capitol Bldg Room 102
STAFF:
Tom Atkinson
Legislative Aide
+1 (907) 269-6577
Thomas.Atkinson@akleg.gov
Lisa Delaney
Legislative Aide
+1 (907) 269-0272
Lisa.Delaney@akleg.gov