April 30, 2012 •
Alaska Senate Adjourns Special Session
Members of the Alaska House of Representatives are considering their next step after the Senate abruptly adjourned from the special session on Friday.
The Senate adjourned following the Governor’s decision to pull an oil tax bill, which was one of two measures on the special session agenda.Under the state Constitution, the House could remain in session, forcing the Senate to return every three days.
It is not clear how soon a decision will be reached or announced.
Photo of the Alaska State Capitol by Kevin Lam on Wikipedia.
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