Palin At Home and Nationwide
Anchorage Daily News: As Sarah Palin settles back into her job as the state's chief executive, a new ethics complaint filed Tuesday says she'...
Anchorage Daily News:
As Sarah Palin settles back into her job as the state's chief executive, a new ethics complaint filed Tuesday says she's already improperly mixing her official duties and broader political ambitions.
The charge: That Palin broke state ethics rules by holding national television interviews about her run for vice president from the governor's office.
I certainly doubt this will get far but I do wonder how Palin's obvious continuing national ambitions will play with the folks back home.
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