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State, industry talk marketing

...percent of he ATIA marketing cost, the House Finance Committee has cut that out of the budget. Thomas' fellow House Finance co-chairman Bill Stoltze, R-Chugiak, said the cut troubled him, but he didn't have a different proposal yet. "I'm...

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Fiscal policy caucus pushing deadline

...They've failed so far, however, in getting the Republican-led House majority caucus to agree to that goal. House Finance Co-Chairman Eldon Mulder, R-Anchorage, said majority lawmakers are committed to moving bills to close the state's...

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House Finance takes up plan to dole out earnings to communities

...vote, Alaskans overwhelmingly voted against using Permanent Fund earnings to help pay for state government. House Finance Co-Chairman Bill Williams, R-Saxman, said he intends to move the bill to the full House before next week.

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Sales tax, Permanent Fund bill move out of House Finance

...percent sales tax statewide. Another measure would use earnings from the Permanent Fund for state government. House Finance Co-Chairman Eldon Mulder said both measures will go ''a long way'' toward closing a budget shortfall estimated to top...

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House budget leaders pass supplemental spending plan

...spending plan. Senate Bill 291 passed the House Finance Committee on Wednesday with the tourism funding restored. House Finance Co-Chairman Eldon Mulder said the measure is expected to go the floor on Thursday.

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House lawmaker reheats debate over state food inspectors

...Wednesday would reheat the debate over eliminating the state's food inspection program. The bill was filed by House Finance Co-Chairman Bill Williams, R-Saxman, who earlier this session gutted the agency's funding from the state's fiscal...

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House lawmaker reheats debate over state food inspectors

...state's food inspection program, introducing a bill on Wednesday to eliminate the program. The bill was filed by House Finance Co-Chairman Bill Williams, R-Saxman, who earlier this session gutted the agency's funding from the state's fiscal...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/050902/ala_050902ala0060001.shtml
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Ambitious plans for this session falling by the wayside

...brink of suffering the same fate. ''From our standpoint it was kind of assumed all the way along,'' said House Finance Co-Chairman Eldon Mulder, R-Anchorage. ''If they wanted us to take up spending limits they would need to take up a...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/051302/ala_051302alapm0020001.shtml
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Ambitious plans for this session falling by the wayside

...brink of suffering the same fate. ''From our standpoint it was kind of assumed all the way along,'' said House Finance Co-Chairman Eldon Mulder, R-Anchorage. ''If they wanted us to take up spending limits they would need to take up a...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/051402/ala_051402ala0060001.shtml
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Lawmakers vote to extend session in effort to approve budget, bonds

...urban school projects. It would be funded through general obligation bonds that must be approved by voters. House Finance co-chairman Eldon Mulder, R-Anchorage, said the plan tried to include enough urban projects to win voter approval in...

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