The vote also means that the contracts are over between the Alaska Legislative Council and the two private law firms hired for the lawsuit.  The council has already paid about $47,090 to Anchorage law firm Holmes, Weddle Barcott, as well as $250,000 to the Washington, D.C., firm, Bancroft PLLC, according to Pam Varni, executive director of the Legislative Affairs Agency.

Legislative Council drops Medicaid lawsuit against Gov. Walker
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