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September 20, 2008 7:50 AM

Subpoenaed witnesses fail to show for 'troopergate' hearing

A state Senate committee convened Friday to take testimony from witnesses facing subpoenas to tell what they know about the "troopergate" affair, but none showed up – including Gov. Sarah Palin's husband, Todd. Now the Legislature will have decide whether to admit defeat or go to court to enforce the subpoenas. In any case, the report on whether Gov. Sarah Palin abused her office will be complete by Oct. 10, legislators said.

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