Politics & Government

October 6, 2010

Alaska GOP candidate Miller's wife collected unemployment after clerk job

The wife of Joe Miller, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, drew unemployment after working as his clerk in 2002 when he was a federal magistrate, a fact Sen. Lisa Murkowski argued is inconsistent with Miller's position on the constitutionality of such benefits. Miller's wife, Kathleen, worked for him as a clerk/secretary when he became a part-time magistrate judge in 2002 but only worked for seven months.

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