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October 6, 2008 7:24 AM

Palin's AG yields, state workers to testify on 'troopergate'

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's attorney general announced Sunday that seven state employees will now honor subpoenas to testify in the legislative investigation of the "troopergate" affair. Attorney General Talis Colberg said the decision comes in light of an Alaska judge's ruling last week rejecting an attempt to kill the subpoenas. Among the seven are some of Palin's top aides.

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