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  • What's the deal with Gov. Bevin's new mansion?

    On July 17, the Executive Branch Ethics Commission will consider complaints alleging that Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin broke ethics laws when he bought a house from a friend at a price that appeared to be below market value.

On July 17, the Executive Branch Ethics Commission will consider complaints alleging that Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin broke ethics laws when he bought a house from a friend at a price that appeared to be below market value. Natalie Fertig and Daniel Desrochers nfertig@mcclatchy.com
On July 17, the Executive Branch Ethics Commission will consider complaints alleging that Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin broke ethics laws when he bought a house from a friend at a price that appeared to be below market value. Natalie Fertig and Daniel Desrochers nfertig@mcclatchy.com

Bevin appoints supporter to ethics panel that will hear complaints about him Monday

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