Petroleum News reported that Governor Palin's ACES tax formula benefits oil companies, the state, and its residents.
Governor Palin signed five pieces of legislation in Soldotna outlawing unwanted telephone solicitations to cellular phones; repealing day fines, extending an accountancy board, addressing predatory lending, and protecting insurance policy holders.
The Governor appointed Daniel S. Sullivan to be the state's new Attorney General. Confirmation hearing must be held in the 2010 legislative session.
Governor Palin spoke out against sexism and misogyny regarding lewd jokes made by TV comedian David Letterman. He has since apologized and Governor Palin has accepted the apology.
The Governor appointed a new trustee to Alaska's Permanent Fund.
TransCanada and ExxonMobil signed a partnership agreement to build a natural gas pipeline from Alaska's North Slope to Alberta, Canada so that Alaskan natural gas can be brought to market in the Lower 48. The partnership agreement is a product of Governor Palin's Alaska Gasline Inducement Act (AGIA).
Governor Palin was twice invited and dis-invited to speak at this fund-raising dinner for the GOP Senate and House campaign committees. Finally, she was invited to merely attend -- and attend she did....When Governor Palin arrived, everything stopped. As she walked across the stage, everyone cheered. Everyone gathered to be at her table. Everyone who could posed for pictures with her. Every camera near and far was locked in on her like a laser.
Governor Palin walked for Autism Speaks and attended a NY Yankees baseball game with former mayor Rudy Giuliani on the same day she received her Independent Group Home Living, Inc. award for defending those with special needs.
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