FILE - In this July 2, 2010 file photo provided by the Discovery Communications, Sarah Palin waits by her husband Todd's boat in Dillingham, Alaska as part of a documentary for the TLC channel. Alaska officials have dismissed a complaint against Palin alleging an ethics violation with her involvement in “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” because the TLC docu-series took advantage of a state film production program she signed into law. (AP Photo/Discovery Communications, Gilles Mingasson, file) NO SALES The Associated PressANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Alaska officials have dismissed an ethics complaint filed against former Gov. Sarah Palin that alleged she violated state law because the TLC docu-series "Sarah Palin's Alaska" took advantage of a state film production program she signed into law.Malia Litman of Dallas filed the complaint. She also alleged Palin benefited from the production of the eight-part series in violation of a two-year moratorium that bars former officials from being compensated for assisting others in dealing with the state.Film office documents show producers of the reality program received nearly $1.2 million in tax production credits after spending about $3.6 million in the state.The complaint dismissal says there's no basis for the grievance.