Politics & Government

October 9, 2008 5:00 PM

Alaska Supreme Court won't halt 'troopergate' probe

The Alaska Supreme Court today rejected an attempt by a group of six Republican legislators to shut down the Legislature's investigation of Gov. Sarah Palin. The ruling means that Steve Branchflower, the investigator hired by the Legislative Council, will release his report as scheduled on Friday.

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