The political storm swirling around the Troopergate investigation of Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin could reach new intensity Friday morning when legislators are scheduled to hear from witnesses hit with subpoenas to testify.
The big question is, who will show up?
Of the 13 people receiving subpoenas, the biggest name is Todd Palin, the governor's husband. He is a central figure in the legislative investigation into whether the governor or her staff abused their powers in a quest to force the firing of Alaska State Trooper Mike Wooten, who was involved in a nasty divorce from Sarah Palin's sister.
Tom Van Flein, an Anchorage attorney representing the Palins, said a decision could be made by early this afternoon on whether Todd Palin will testify.
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