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Senate committee kills legislation changing ethics law

Members of the Alabama Senate Judiciary Committee didn’t vote on legislation that would change some of the state's ethics laws on Tuesday.

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Alabama Ethics Commission changes scheduled for vote this week

Legislation changing how the Alabama Ethics Commission operates is scheduled to receive a public hearing on Wednesday and be voted on by members of the House Ethics and Campaign Finance Committee on Thursday.

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Orr files bill requiring ethics commission to disclose exculpatory evidence

State Sen. Arthur Orr (R-Decatur) filed legislation on Tuesday that would require the Alabama Ethics Commission to provide someone allegedly guilty of an ethics or campaign finance violation with exculpatory evidence in their possession before resolving the case or forwarding it to a prosecutor.

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Lawsuit between AG Marshall and Alabama Ethics Commission rolls on

The Alabama Attorney General’s Office asked a Montgomery County Circuit Court judge to let a lawsuit against the Alabama Ethics Commission continue last week.

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Alabama AG Marshall accuses Ethics Commission director of ‘fraud’ in charitable trust lawsuit

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall accused Alabama Ethics Commission executive director Thomas Albritton and other members of a memorial fund of fraud in a civil court motion this week.

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AG Steve Marshall files motion to be made plaintiff in lawsuit alleging mismanagement of trust funds by Ethics Commission members

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall has filed a motion to become a plaintiff in a lawsuit accusing board members of a trust fund of scheming to pay for the college tuition of Alabama Ethics Commission members’ children.

Candidate for Houston County Coroner ends up in front of Ethics Commission, blames 'uneducated' Democratic Party

Kimberly Renee Rawls told the Alabama Ethics Commission she blames the Houston County Democratic party for not helping her get started on her campaign.