anchorage - A big downer for Alaska resident Americans. Their annual 'nest egg', halved benefits of an oil fund, this year. Thereby getting the residents of the remote state this year considerably less 'free money': more than a thousand dollars.
Gov. Bill Walker needs a portion of the money to fill holes in the budget. The check is simply seen as a compensation for people who live in Alaska. More than 643 000 Americans may be from October 6 marked the money in their account. On the amount of the benefit is still a lawsuit.