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Alaska’s Permanent Fund Dividend: Examining Its Suitability by Edited by Michael W. Howard Edited by Karl Widerquist PDF

By Edited by Michael W. Howard Edited by Karl Widerquist

ISBN-10: 1137015020

ISBN-13: 9781137015020

ISBN-10: 1349294233

ISBN-13: 9781349294237

Contributors speak about the Alaska everlasting Fund (APF) and everlasting Fund Dividend (PFD) as a version either for source coverage and for social coverage. This ebook explores no matter if different states, countries, or areas would receive advantages from an Alaskan-style dividend. The booklet additionally appears at attainable ways in which the version can be altered and improved.

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Groh 1982a, 8. Groh 1982b, 78–80; and Groh 1997, 31–32. Gordon 1982, 3–8; Coffman 1982, 18–28; and Time Magazine 1970, 8–9 of 10. Alaska State Legislature 1982b; Alaska State Legislature 1982d, 1230–51. HOW THE APF AND PFD CAME TO BE 39 120. Groh 1982b, 85. Author Groh observed this during House floor action. 121. Groh 1982b, 85. 122. Groh 1982b, 83 and 85; Alaska State Legislature 1982d, 1243. Vaska voted against the backstop direct distribution legislation when it was on the House floor the first time, but he voted for it when the bill that became law came before the House on final passage.

The magazine said Tussing was “only half serious” in his suggestion. 65. Legislative Council of the State of Alaska in association with the Brookings Institution 1970, “Statement of Gamma Group,” 4. 66. Hammond 1996, 152–53. 67. Babb 1972, 3. 68. Hammond 1996, 152–53. 69. Hammond 1996, 152. 70. Hammond 1972, 1. 71. Hammond 1972, 1. 36 CLIFF GROH AND GREGG ERICKSON 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. Hammond 1996, 153. Hammond 1996, 152–53. Hammond 1996, 153; and Alaska Supreme Court 1978.

Groh 1982b, 41–45, 97. 125. Alaska State Legislature 1982e, 2338–39 (vote on HCS CSSB 842 (Fin) am H); and Alaska State Legislature 1982g, 1731–32 (vote on HCS CSSB 842 (Fin) am H). 126. US Supreme Court 1982. 127. ” 128. Alaska State Legislature 1982a. Governor Hammond was so unhappy about the death of his “the longer you’re here, the more you get” plan that he signed the backstop bill in private, eschewing the signing ceremony expected for his top legislative priority. Contrary to the practice of subsequent governors, Hammond also declined to have his signature on the PFD checks (called “warrants”).

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