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Governor Palin Wins $440 Million Ruling As Feds Concede

Tuesday, April 28, 2009 0 Responses

Juneau, Alaska – Federal Ruling Boosts Alaska Receipts by $440 million. Governor Palin and Attorney General Rick Svobodny applauded a ruling by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on protests by the Governor and Anadarko of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) interstate rates for 2007 and 2008.
The FERC ruling will result in additional production tax and royalty payments to the state of an estimated $440 million later this year. This is in addition to the approximately $200 million in refunds awarded the state under a previous FERC ruling on protests of TAPS tariffs for 2006. Future TAPS rates will have to comply with FERC precedent.
The TAPS carriers are appealing the FERC rulings to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. Both the state and Anadarko are filing points on appeal that could result in even greater refunds.

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Governor Palin Accepts "Stimulus Funds" Removes Obama's Obligatory Provisions

Tuesday, April 28, 2009 0 Responses

Juneau, Alaska – The Palin administration today acknowledged the state legislature’s action to accept economic stimulus funds with passage of House Bill 199, Senate Bill 75, HB81, HB113, and two legislative resolutions supporting receipt of the funds, House Joint Resolution 11 and House Concurrent Resolution 13.

“I have been clear and consistent about my concerns with accepting economic stimulus funds as our nation incurs tremendous debt,” said Governor Palin. “As I am required to certify that stimulus dollars will create new jobs and stimulate the economy, I acknowledge the legislature’s action. And now I must make sure that, by applying for funds that they’ve resolved to accept, we do not grow government but instead put people to work and grow Alaska’s private-sector economy.”

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Governor Palin Pays Tribute To Our Fallen Marines

Tuesday, April 28, 2009 1 Response

Juneau, Alaska – Governor Palin today paid tribute to Marines who lost their lives in the Iraq war, with a visit to the “rolling war memorial” that passed through Juneau this afternoon. The custom-painted H3 Hummer was commissioned by the mother of Marine Lance Corporal John Martin Holmanson, who was killed in action in Iraq, along with nine others, in December 2005. The artwork on the vehicle features images of the Marines, the Marine seal and an American flag.

“What a privilege to be able to honor fallen American heroes in this manner,” Governor Palin said. “The rolling memorial is a humbling reminder – to us all – of those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our freedom.”

During her visit to the rolling memorial, Governor Palin met with Haines Mayor Jan Hill and Holmanson’s grandfather, John Orr, also of Haines. The Hummer originally came to Alaska for the annual convention of American Legion, Alaska Department, held last week in Haines.


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