The House added the items to the portion of the Capital Budget that will require voter approval for bonds. They passed legislation needed to put a $397 million question to voters in this year’s November election. If approved at the polls, the measure would issue Bonds for education projects across the state. Finance Co-chair Bill Stoltze (R-Chugiak-Mat-Su) said the bonds would come through a low-interest federal program called Build America Bonds.
Dave Donalson, APRN – Juneau
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