Politics & Government

October 31, 2009 12:00 AM

Agency: Sanford report should be aired

The State Ethics Commission argued in court papers Friday that state law allows it to send the preliminary results of its investigation into allegations against Gov. Mark Sanford to House lawmakers, no matter whether Sanford waived his confidentiality rights.

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