Legislative Ethics Commission enforcement counsel Mike Malone, left, and Steven Downey, attorney for former state Rep. John Arnold, disagree on whether commission has authority to consider ethics charges against Arnold.
Legislative Ethics Commission enforcement counsel Mike Malone, left, and Steven Downey, attorney for former state Rep. John Arnold, disagree on whether commission has authority to consider ethics charges against Arnold. Lexington Herald-Leader
Legislative Ethics Commission enforcement counsel Mike Malone, left, and Steven Downey, attorney for former state Rep. John Arnold, disagree on whether commission has authority to consider ethics charges against Arnold. Lexington Herald-Leader

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