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New study looks at PFD spending by parents
It’s the largest sovereign wealth fund in the nation, the pride of Alaska and this month we celebrate its 45th anniversary.
Sessions ends Tuesday.
Quiet day at the Capitol.
Payments of $1,100 set for mid-October
Next stop: The governor’s desk.
Legislators have spent most of this year in regular or special legislative sessions, with this year’s payout unresolved.
Fractious floor sessions.
“I was left with little choice but to veto both the PFD and legislative per diem.”
Dunleavy last week said one of his more significant vetoes was the $4 billion transfer.
Legislative leadership met for most of the day Tuesday.
One day at a time.
Get ready in May for August.
It would be the largest PFD in state history.
A dividend divide.
Most would be spent on PFD.
No clear direction has emerged from lawmakers.
It will take a lot of compromise to reach an affordable dividend and decent public services.
“Without taxing for the extraction of our oil, there will be no dividends.”