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

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July 17, 2017 2:17 PM

Ethics panel: Beshear shouldn’t investigate Bevin if he might run for governor

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