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POSTED: 10:19 AM ET, 09/10/2008 by Amanda Zamora

Palin Scrutiny Continues » A Republican activist in Wasilla, Alaska, is pushing for Gov. Sarah Palin to release more than 1,100 e-mails she withheld from a public records request ... unraveling fact from fiction ... Palin aides defend the governor's practice of "per diem" billing. — Washington Post, New York Times

Watching the Watchdog » A GAO investigation has found that the watchdog Defense Contract Audit Agency approved unorthodox accounting methods that allowed Boeing to recover about $270 million in losses from a failed commercial satellite business. — Washington Post

Klansman Conviction Overturned » A federal appeals court has overturned the kidnapping conviction of James Seale in a case the FBI had heralded as an example of the agency's commitment to solving civil rights era cold cases. — CNN

Rangel to Pay Back Taxes » Rep. Charles B. Rangel (D-N.Y.) will be repaying taxes on his Dominican Republic villa, as House GOP leaders call for him to step aside as chair of the House Ways and Means Committee. — Washington Post

Meatpacker Accused in Child Labor Case » Nearly four months after police detained nearly 400 workers at a Postville, Iowa, meatpacking plant, the state attorney general is charging the owners with child labor law violations. — New York Times

Concerns Over Colon Care Standards » A new study of nearly 1,300 hospitals found that nearly two-thirds failed to adequately screen colon cancer patients to determine if their tumors were spreading. — Associated Press

Six Degrees of Abramoff » An aide for Rep. Heather A. Wilson (R-N.M.) is the latest to come up with connections to the corruption case of ex-lobbyist Jack Abramoff. — Washington Post

By Amanda Zamora |  September 10, 2008; 10:19 AM ET The Daily Read
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Why still all these questions about Palin?
Could it be because Sarah Palin actually has some ethical issues?? She has questions about nermerous scandals and even an alledged affair. http://www.hotpres.com We need to know more about her before we embrace her.

Posted by: Anonymous | September 10, 2008 10:48 AM

At least Palin doesnt have a drinking problem like Bush, Cheney and McCain use to.Bush has a DUI, Cheney has 2 So lets give sarah Palin the benifit of the doubt for Now. I would like to see those emails though. Why so public officials hide emails?

Posted by: Yami K | September 10, 2008 10:53 AM

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