EXXON VALDEZ OIL SPILL (EVOS)
Senator Frank Murkowski and Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Settlement Trust
|HICKEL - FRAMPTON DEAL TO FEDERALIZE PRIVATE NATIVE LAND - How did it come about that the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustees spent over half of the EVOS endowment buying land with out any authorizing legislation to do so? Here is how former Alaska Governor Walter Hickel (Alaskan Independence Party, former Republican) did a deal with George Frampton to get $28 million in bail out money for the Seward (Alaska) Sea Life Center. $500 million then was spent to move private land back to federal ownership in a state that already is almost 90% government owned!
|WATCHDOG DON, Voice of the Times, Anchorage Daily News - NOW DON YOUNG JOINS FRANK MURKOWSKI IN CRITICIZING THE EXXON VALDEZ TRUST LAND BUYING TO COVER UP THEIR SUPPORT OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DOING THE VERY SAME THING!
|NATALIE PHILLIPS, Anchorage Daily News reporter - BUSINESSES FLOAT SOUND IDEAS: Private land shortage has some eyeing water
|NATALIE PHILLIPS, Anchorage Daily News reporter - SPILL FUNDS AREN'T END OF TROUBLE; Money has downside, anthropologist says
|SEN. FRANK MURKOWSKI, Voice of the Times, Anchorage Daily News - TEN YEARS AFTER SPILL; STILL SHORT ON ANSWERS
|SEN. LOREN LEMAN, Anchorage Daily News - RESEARCH SHORTCHANGED
|DAVID WHITNEY, Anchorage Daily News, Washington Bureau - SENATOR SEEKS AUDIT OF SPILL COUNCIL BUYS
|SEN. FRANK MURKOWSKI, Voice of the Times, Anchorage Daily News - COLUMN: MURKOWSKI: LEGISLATURE MUST ACT THIS YEAR - An excerpt of Sen. Frank Murkowski's address before the Alaska State Legislature on January 22, 1999.
|SEN. FRANK MURKOWSKI, Voice of the Times, Anchorage Daily News - COLUMN: THE EXXON VALDEZ LEGACY: WHAT WILL IT BE?
|VOICE OF THE TIMES: Anchorage Daily News - OPINION: LAND BARONS - Murkowski and Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Settlement Trust.
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