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  • Ethics panel will fight court ruling allowing gifts to lawmakers from lobbyists

    Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission chairman George Troutman said on Wednesday, July 21, 2017, that the panel will appeal a federal judge's ruling that would let lobbyists give gifts and campaign donations to the lawmakers they're trying to influence.

Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission chairman George Troutman said on Wednesday, July 21, 2017, that the panel will appeal a federal judge's ruling that would let lobbyists give gifts and campaign donations to the lawmakers they're trying to influence. Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com
Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission chairman George Troutman said on Wednesday, July 21, 2017, that the panel will appeal a federal judge's ruling that would let lobbyists give gifts and campaign donations to the lawmakers they're trying to influence. Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com

Ethics panel appeals ruling that allows lobbyists to give gifts, money to lawmakers

June 21, 2017 1:36 PM