Cindi Ross Scoppe

November 20, 2013 12:00 AM

Scoppe: How not to improve SC ethics law

THE ETHICS reform proposal that Gov. Nikki Haley started campaigning for last week fails to eliminate several flaws in our current law, and some of its solutions leave much to be desired. But it addresses the most glaring problems with the law, and as such it would go a long way toward getting our state out of the nation’s ethics cellar. Which makes Sen. Vincent Sheheen’s response so troubling.

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