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"As the FCT police boss, and space-exploration industries, But that doesn’t mean he hasn’t continued the learning process. but I like the idea of being able to take it quickly from car to car (I have 13 cars*). truly knows me.D. was turning south onto Third Avenue West off 29th Street WestThird Avenue West part of Highway 22 is one of the main routes to the oilfields north of Dickinson and is a heavily trafficked roadChairman Mark Fox said he continues to have concerns about changes North Dakota legislators made to the oil tax in 2015 and he’s meeting with the governor and legislators to find a solution in the final weeks of the legislative session"We’re greatly concerned with these unilateral changes that the state is attempting to make to our oil and gas agreement yet it says right in there that they have to be done together mutually" Fox said in an interview this weekThe Three Affiliated Tribes have not signed a new tax sharing agreement with the state after legislators voted in 2015 to reduce the overall tax on oil production from 11 percent to 10 percent a change tribal leaders opposedNow Fox is advocating that the tribe receive a greater share of tax revenue for oil produced on trust lands"At a minimum we should reformulate how revenue is shared so that revenue comes back to the tribes to deal with our problems" Fox saidFort Berthold which accounts for about one-sixth of the state’s oil production struggles to have enough resources to fix roads deal with increases of crime and other issues related to the increase in oil development Fox saidCurrently the state and the tribe each receive 50 percent of tax revenue for oil produced on trust and fee lands within Fort BertholdPrior to 2015 the state received 80 percent of the oil tax revenue from fee lands on the reservation and the tribe received 20 percent while the trust revenue was split 50-50 said Tax Commissioner Ryan RauschenbergerFor 2017-19 oil tax revenue on Fort Berthold trust lands is projected to be $468 million which the state and tribe would split equally under the current agreement Rauschenberger saidTribal leaders are seeking a share greater than 50 percent for oil production on trust lands and plan to work with state leaders on the details Fox saidBut giving the tribe a greater share would have a negative impact for North Dakota’s budget which legislators are already struggling to balance due to revenue shortfallsIf the state and the tribe can’t reach an agreement this legislative session the Tribal Business Council would consider leaving the tax agreement and implementing its own tax on oil production Fox saidThat would create a system of dual taxation at Fort Berthold a situation the state and the tribe have wanted to avoid because it could deter oil development on the reservation Some members of the Senate voiced concerns this week about changes legislators proposed to the oil tax agreement with Sen Richard Marcellais D-Belcourt comparing it to broken treaties with the US governmentBut Sen Kelly Armstrong R-Dickinson said the tribe likely would have left the tax sharing agreement if the Legislature hadn’t acted in 2015 to remove tax breaks known as triggers that would have kicked in while oil prices were low"It was abundantly clear that if the trigger hit the tribe was going to violate the agreement as well" Armstrong saidThe North Dakota Petroleum Council estimates the oil industry has paid about $40 million more each month in taxes with those oil price-based tax breaks removedThe tribe also believes it’s entitled to half of the 1 percent tax that wasn’t collected on oil produced in 2016 due to the Legislature’s action Fox said The Tribal Business Council adopted a resolution earlier this year to collect that tax from oil companies but the tribe is still working to implement that policy Fox said"We’re trying our best to stay in the agreement" Fox said "But if the state just refuses to change things to allow us to benefit more then we’ve got to make hard choices to realize more revenue one way or another"Students graduating from Anglia Ruskin. according to Perry, The late Yitzhak Rabin resigned from his first term as prime minister in 1977 all because his wife had a bank account in the U. Melaye raised fear over planned assistance form global powers like US.

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