The first update to South Carolina's ethics laws in two decades could die in the Senate today, an outcome that would be OK with some champions of a stronger ethics law, according to a story on TheState.com.
A proposed ethics reform bill that was passed by the House and could be passed by the Senate today is too weak and does not fix existing flaws in state law, the activists say. They say more time is needed to improve the bill, which they say could then be reintroduced next year, the story says.
Read the full story here: http://j.mp/T6VNeu.
Information from http://www.thestate.com/
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