Cindi Ross Scoppe

November 27, 2012 8:28 AM

Scoppe: Former AGs McMaster, Medlock serious about ethics reform

IN 1970, the SC House required its members to report “the nature and source” of all income they received representing clients before state agencies, and directly from utilities, banks, insurance companies, bars, manufacturers, other state-regulated businesses. If that doesn’t sound like a big deal, you haven’t read our current income-disclosure law.

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