Ethics complaint dismissed against Alaska AG Marquez
Independent counsel said Alaska attorney general does not own shares in BP or ConocoPhillips, not a lead player in negotiations
Associated Press Writer
The state Personnel Board on Dec. 30 dismissed an ethics complaint which requested Alaska Attorney General David Marquez, a former oil industry lawyer and executive, recuse himself from Alaska natural gas pipeline negotiations.
“I accepted this appointment as attorney general with my pledge to serv....
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Decision: Marquez not a lead player
Marquez with ARCO for 21 years
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