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October 9, 2008 6:49 AM

Alaska Supreme Court likely to rule today in 'troopergate'

Alaska's Supreme Court wasn't shy about asking questions during a one-and-a-half hour hearing on a Republican effort to stop the legislature's investigation of 'troopergate.' The justices are expected to rule today; the investigatory report is due on Friday.

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