An A2 brief in Thursday's Empire reported that Chuck Kopp, who briefly served as former Gov. Sarah Palin's public safety commissioner and is now a legislative aide to Sen. Fred Dyson, R-Eagle River, resigned from commissioner days into the job after an undisclosed reprimand stemming from a sexual harassment claim against him came to light. Kopp said he disclosed the incident to Palin and the reprimand was later removed from his file by the city of Kenai following an appeal.
A brief in Thursday's Arts & Culture section inconsistently reported the date of Lunafest, a women's film festival. The festival, hosted by the Juneau Pro-Choice Coalition, takes place tonight at Centennial Hall.
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