Bill Introduced to Outline Lt. Gov. Successor

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Senator John Coghill of North Pole, introduced a bill in the Alaska Senate seeking to outline a line of succession if the office of the lieutenant governor becomes vacant.
According to the AP, under current law, the governor picks the successor who then has to be confirmed by the legislator.
The new law outlines a list of successors starting with the Attorney General.