The man alleged to have won an Alaska state office lease in exchange for raising campaign funds for Gov. Bill Sheffield testified at the governor’s impeachment proceedings in Juneau that the lease was “not a big deal” for him. “I have personally done nothing illegal or immoral,” Lenny Arsenault told the Senate Rules Committee. Sheffield is accused of steering the $9.1-million lease to a firm partly owned by Arsenault, who is the business manager and financial secretary and treasurer of Local 375, Plumbers and Steamfitters Union.
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