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Lawmakers asking for alternative solutions to natural gas trucking plan

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Posted: Friday, April 5, 2013 12:04 am

JUNEAU — With legislation backing the Fairbanks natural gas trucking project near the finish line, some lawmakers are asking about the alternatives.

The question came from Rep. Lindsey Holmes, R-Anchorage, during a Thursday morning House Finance Committee meeting on legislation that would put $355 million of low-interest loans, bonds, grants and tax credits behind a project to bring North Slope liquefied natural gas and propane to Fairbanks starting in 2015.

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