Oil spill training tax frustrates fisherman

A program that trains fisherman to help clean up oil spills in Prince William Sound may be in jeopardy. Fishing groups are frustrated by a new state requirement asking boat captains to pay unemployment taxes for the time the crew spends training. And its not just the new tax requirement that has some fishermen thinking about pulling out of the program.

Amy Bracken, KCHU – Valdez

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