Fairbanks Daily News-Miner –

“Proposed plans for resolving the Alaska fiscal crisis have one thing in common: They treat our crisis as one big math problem. Unfortunately, how we solve this problem will have long-term implications for public policy (i.e. who benefits from and who pays for government services), the cost of living for families in our state, and whether future Alaskans will share in the wealth created by one generation’s extraction of our most valuable resource — oil. Additionally, one might wonder if our solution to the fiscal crisis leaves us a government that is accountable to the will of the people, not just now, but into the future.”

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