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May 8, 2014 9:56 AM

Legislature is inches away from total failure on ethics reform

I’m very close to saying the Legislature needs to just stop talking about ethics, because it’s increasingly clear that anything lawmakers manage to pass this year will be far short of what anyone other than a legislator would call “ethics reform” — and that it might very well weaken the current, inadequate law.

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