Gov. Mark Sanford said he will turn over an Ethics Commission investigative report into his travel and campaign spending to House lawmakers next week.
The Ethics Commission could detail the charges against Sanford it agreed to this week. Sanford's attorneys acknowledged the commission has questioned about three dozen plane trips and campaign expenditures
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The charges against Sanford will be aired at a hearing the Ethics Commission will schedule for early next year. Three members of the commission, chosen at random, will run the hearing. Sanford and the commission can call witnesses and present evidence. The commissioners will vote to decide whether Sanford is guilty.