You can’t read the whole article online – but there was a scathing piece in the print edition of the Great Falls Tribune this morning regarding the Office of the Commissioner of Political Practices.
Apparently the commissioner’s staff is none too pleased with the way Commissioner Gallik has been conducting himself since taking over the Office of the Commissioner of Political Practices.
At the moment it seems like it was a John Adams’ exclusive, but I’m sure Lee Newspapers will be picking up the story this week.
It boils down to Gallik charging the state for time he wasn’t actually working for the state and trying to merge his law practice and the office of political practices. That’s a very simplistic summary of the story, of course. To get a better idea, visit the Tribune.
[Don Update: The story is on the Lowdown blog.]
We’ll stay on top of this story as it develops.