Juneau headed toward ethics showdown
Governor, lawmakers pledge cooperation; actions suggest possible cracks in solidarity as white paper, legislation emerge from Palinís office
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It may not be the OK Corral, but that didnít keep Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and state lawmakers from starting this yearís session with their ethics guns blazing.
Days into the session a Palin initiative has ruffled the feathers of Republican leaders and raised questions about the durability of a frag....
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