THE ANCHORAGE DAILY PLANET
If the state is looking to save a couple of million dollars, it should start in the governor’s office by red-lining the Alaska State Commission for Human Rights – or, as it should be known, the Alaska State Commission for Some Human Rights But Not Others.
Must Read Alaska is reporting a worker for a small plumbing contracting business in Anchorage, a business working on the building leased by the commission, came back to his truck this week and found a note. It was on the back of commission Executive Director Marti Buscaglia’s business card. There was another card from probation officer Kendall Rhyne.
Buscaglia’s message told the worker to “not park this truck with that offensive sticker in this parking lot.”
The sticker in question: “Black Rifles Matter.” It has an image of a semi-automatic rifle.
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