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November 7, 2008 10:23 AM

Commentary: Report gives Palin benefit of the doubt

Alaskans now have dueling perspectives on Gov. Sarah Palin's handling of Troopergate. The state personnel board's investigator, Tim Petumenos, says she didn't violate the state ethics law; the legislature's investigator Steve Branchflower concluded that she did. Gov. Palin won't face any sanctions from the personnel board, but the Legislature is free to follow up its findings in January in any way it sees fit.

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