House members expand scope of human rights investigation

    The Alaska State Capitol in Juneau.

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Alaska House of Representatives wants answers regarding the Alaska State Commission for Human Rights.

    After launching an inquiry into ASCHR on Monday, House members filed two more requests Tuesday afternoon seeking more information regarding the organization.

    The first, signed by six members, asks for access to communications between the Office of the Governor and the Alaska State Commission for Human Rights, and communications from within the commission.

    The second, signed by fifteen members, is addressed to Attorney General Kevin Clarkson and requests access to the report of the Attorney General’s investigation into the Alaska State Commission for Human Rights.

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