All civil officers of the State are subject to impeachment by the legislature. Impeachment shall originate in the senate and must be approved by a two-thirds vote of its members. The motion for impeachment shall list fully the basis for the proceeding. Trial on impeachment shall be conducted by the house of representatives. A supreme court justice designated by the court shall preside at the trial. Concurrence of two-thirds of the members of the house is required for a judgment of impeachment. The judgment may not extend beyond removal from office, but shall not prevent proceedings in the courts on the same or related charges.
Note that there are no specific grounds for impeachment listed. The legislature can impeach her for any reason it may choose, with a two-thirds vote in both houses.
Source: THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF ALASKA
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