March 7, 2014
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - An ethics complaint filed against
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has been dismissed.
The Alaska Personnel Board on Friday dismissed the complaint,
which alleged Palin violated ethics rules by accepting outside
employment with her political action committee.
Anchorage resident Sondra Tompkins, who filed the complaint in
April, also alleged Palin participated in partisan activities when
she spoke at an anti-abortion dinner in Indiana.
An investigator hired by the personnel board to review the
complaint determined the allegations did not constitute ethics
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