With high oil prices expected to boost state revenue by $700 million, Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell Monday submitted a supplemental budget request for the current fiscal year, saying he wants most of the money saved.

The state derives almost all of its general fund revenue from oil taxes, and the state is now projecting a $2.2. billion surplus for the current fiscal year, up from $1.5 billion a few months ago.

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