SAN FRANCISCO — Alaska’s governor and lawmakers are at loggerheads over a proposed budget, except unlike in most other states, this debate is over what to do with extra cash.

Due to a surplus of tax revenues generated by high oil prices, lawmakers will likely refrain from approving any new bonding authority for the next fiscal year and are also likely to defease some existing debt.

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