The Wall Street Journal has an interesting bit of analysis today: U.S. courts tend to hand out more lenient punishments to those who hide money offshore to cheat on their taxes than they do to more mundane tax evaders.
- The House and Senate will likely form a conference committee to resolve the differences between the chambers’ different versions of the bill.
- British Columbia’s top auditor says the province has failed to protect the environment from mines and mineral exploration projects.
- “Companies are looking to make investments, they need some degree of certainty, and there is nothing but uncertainty right now in the Alaska oil and gas industry,” an AOGA representative said.
- Facebook comments predict inevitable death and abuse. But no one knows what’s going to happen.