The state of Alaska is on the brink of refunding millions of dollars in the Carlson case, an epic class action concerning overcharges to nonresidents for commercial fishing licenses and permits.
On Monday, a state Superior Court judge entered this final judgment ordering a payout of more than $33.5 million.
The state Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission has prepared this list of fishermen to receive refunds. As you can see, some of the payments will be substantial, even exceeding $50,000.
The CFEC is expected to publish a public notice soon with more details.
My understanding is that refunds could be mailed at the end of October.
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