In May of 2000, the then-governor of Alaska, Tony Knowles, signed into law Alaska House Bill 270 that, among other things, made it illegal for any law enforcement agency to bill victims or victims' insurance companies for the costs of examinations that must take place to collect evidence of a sexual assault or determine if a sexual assault did occur. At that time, Wasilla Police Chief Charlie Fannon did not agree with the new legislation, as Wasilla was one of the few enforcement entities in the state that charged the victims of the assault the $300 to $1,200 needed to perform the tests. And just who was the mayor of Wasilla at that time who supported Chief Fannon in his efforts to save the city a few bucks ... at the expense of sexual assault victims? Hint: it was a woman. Another hint: she's currently running for Vice President of the United States.