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Parnell 'quits' push for billions in tax breaks to Alaska oil producers

April 25, 2012 - 7:47pm -- tony
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It's become increasingly obvious that the administration hasn't been clear on why the state should give tax breaks to companies that make huge profits in Alaska, and what the state would get in return for those breaks.

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