Alaska Human Rights Commission members Marcus Sanders, left, David Barton, middle, and chairman Brandon Nakasato are shown at the conclusion of a commission meeting on April 1 in Anchorage, Alaska. Two Alaska commission board members have submitted their resignations after the state agency found itself in the middle of a controversy. Nakasoto and commissioner Freddie Olin IV, not shown, both announced they were quitting following the Monday, April 8 resignation of executive director Marti Buscalgia. She was suspended Friday for 15 days after complaining on the commission’s Facebook page about a “Black Rifles Matter” sticker she saw it on a pickup in the parking lot. (Mark Thiessen | Associated Press)

Alaska Human Rights Commission members Marcus Sanders, left, David Barton, middle, and chairman Brandon Nakasato are shown at the conclusion of a commission meeting on April 1 in Anchorage, Alaska. Two Alaska commission board members have submitted their resignations after the state agency found itself in the middle of a controversy. Nakasoto and commissioner Freddie Olin IV, not shown, both announced they were quitting following the Monday, April 8 resignation of executive director Marti Buscalgia. She was suspended Friday for 15 days after complaining on the commission’s Facebook page about a “Black Rifles Matter” sticker she saw it on a pickup in the parking lot. (Mark Thiessen | Associated Press)

Chairman of Alaska rights commission quits amid rifle sticker controversy

The commission had suspended Marti Buscaglia for 15 days.

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