Coghill discusses oil tax cut and natural gas during session

By Tony Gorman

The oil tax issue is heating up as the Alaska Legislature heads into the final month of this year’s session.  Lawmakers have been holding hearings and talks over Governor Sean Parnell’s plan to cut the tax in an effort to attract more business from major oil companies.

Senator John Coghill is proponent of the measure.  The Senate Minority Leader is highly concerned because his district covers most of the Trans Alaska Pipeline System.  Earlier this month, K-C-H-U’s Tony Gorman spoke with North Pole Republican about the issue as well as natural gas at his office in Juneau.

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