Legal, ethics training may not be enough
State legislators say Alaska’s ethical standards for conduct offer too much wiggle room for lawmakers inclined to cross line
For Petroleum News
When newly elected Alaska legislators get to Juneau, one of their first duties is to attend an orientation workshop that prepares them for what lies ahead. The detailed grounding, which takes three to four days, includes a session on legislative ethics that lasts one to two hours.
Some lawmakers and....
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Gut level response
Consulting raises questions
Room for confusion
Too much familiarity?
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