2 Alaska human rights commission members resign
By MARK THIESSEN
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Two Alaska human rights commission members have submitted their resignations after the low-level state agency found itself in the middle of a controversy involving its executive director.
Commission chairman Brandon Nakasato and vice chairman Freddie Olin IV both announced they were quitting after Buscaglia gave notice Monday.
Olin said he is moving out of state after his fiancée was accepted into a language program.