...new allegations have surfaced today in Alaska charging Palin with additional violations of the Alaska Executive Ethics Act.Remember this? It's not actually a new allegation, just a reminder of an old one that wasn't followed up. This was that accusation that popped up in the election that she was having the people of the state of Alaska pay her for nights at home with her family. Go ahead, Sarah, sue it away, like people in Real America don't. Except when they do.
Zane Henning -- a conservative government watchdog from the governor's hometown of Wasilla and an oilfield worker on Alaska's North Slope -- asserts in a letter to Alaska Attorney General Daniel S. Sullivan that Palin has "been charging and pocketing per diem to live in her home and has used the process for a personal gain since being elected."
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