Cindi Ross Scoppe

June 18, 2013 12:00 AM

Scoppe: What Rainey v. Haley tells us about ethics reform

The Supreme Court did not exonerate Gov. Nikki Haley on ethics charges last week; it tossed the case on a technicality. But she would have won on the merits — which says more about the problems with our ethics law than about her ethics.

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