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The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation is reviewing the draft State Implementation Plan, or SIP, after a public comment period that ended last month.
“I’ve certainly been advocating for a full and fair hearing or trial in the Senate,” Sullivan said in an interview with Anchorage television station KTUU, noting that’s what he thinks Americans want. “I do think this will be in stark contrast to what just happened in the House, where I think most people recognize that this certainly was the most rushed, the only partisan impeachment in U.S history and one that didn’t provide the president with the due process and procedural protections that President Clinton had, President Nixon had ... but I think in the Senate, we will uphold the standards I think the people want.”
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