This editorial first appeared in the Ketchikan Daily News:
The state Senate gets it.
Fuel prices are out of this world in Alaska, and for the time being, this is where we live. If we want to keep on living, we need to be able to pay our fuel bills.
While the prices are high in our communities, the state is making money — $1.2 billion more than it expected. It is making this money because Alaskans pay more for fuel.