JUNEAU - Alaska's attorney general is planning to publish revised draft regulations related to executive branch ethics.
This follows public comments on proposals made by Attorney General Dan Sullivan last year and during the recently ended legislative session.
Some ethics proposals made during the session - related to such things as standards for family members to travel with a governor at taxpayer expense - were similar to those raised by Sullivan in the wake of former Gov. Sarah Palin's tenure. They went nowhere.
Judy Bockmon, a state ethics attorney, says the new proposed regulations could be published by next month. She declined to describe them, citing ongoing review.
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