By Iris Samuels and Sean Maguire
Anchorage Daily News 

Legislators say not enough time left in session for a sales tax

 


Almost two weeks after Gov. Mike Dunleavy told lawmakers he would propose a new sales tax, legislators have yet to see the governor’s bill — and are still far from reaching agreement on the state’s fiscal future.

Lawmakers broadly agree on the need for new revenue sources amid declining oil taxes. But any proposal from the governor, along with other revenue measures considered by lawmakers this year, are unlikely to pass with only two weeks until the constitutional deadline marking the end of the regular legislative session, key lawmakers said.

“It’s going to be hard to move a tax...



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