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Topic - Barry Pulliam
"It would be a long time before Alaska could dig its way out," Mr. Pulliam said at an oil and gas conference in Anchorage, according to the Alaska Journal of Commerce.
Barry Pulliam, an economic consultant who worked on the legislation, said it would be a tragedy for the state's business-friendly reputation if voters overturn the tax cut.