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Panel reaches compromise on spending bill

...about $854 million - would be put into a newly created education fund, with nearly half that money coming from surplus oil revenue. The spending bill is meant to cover additional and unexpected costs to various state agencies for this fiscal...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/032305/sta_20050323003.shtml
News
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...now if the state had been required to spend oil revenue only on the oil industry? There would never have been any surplus oil revenue to fund other state services. There would be no Permanent Fund. There would be no Permanent Fund Dividend. Lest...

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Head tax belongs to all of Juneau

...now if the state had been required to spend oil revenue only on the oil industry? There would never have been any surplus oil revenue to fund other state services. There would be no Permanent Fund. There would be no Permanent Fund Dividend. Lest...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011200/Ope_myturn.html
Opinion
Alaska Editorial: State should let workers choose between defined benefit or 401(k) plan

...retirees collecting those generous benefits from a generation ago. And in recent years Alaska has used some of its surplus oil revenue to pay down its liability. Turns out that Rep. Mike Hawker, one of three House sponsors of restoring a state...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/022609/opi_398783543.shtml
Ketchikan lawmaker seeks bond for bridge

...think the number should be $100 million," he said. And because the state is blessed with billions of dollars in surplus oil revenue, Stedman said, it can use cash instead of bonds to pay for important projects such as the Ketchikan span. On...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/040608/sta_265587021.shtml
Alaska editorial: Insulation good for the economy as well

...of Labor. Robinson said overall, the state has seen growth in jobs over the first three quarters of 2008. And surplus oil revenue from the first part of the year means the state won't have to make wholesale job cuts in the coming year. "In...

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