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October 11, 2013
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Ethics stay in vogue but might exit code

A recommendation to repeal Carson City’s ethics ordinance and replace it with a resolution affirming sound government ethics gained traction Thursday, but it awaits a final vote next month. Probable direction by the city’s Ethics Ordinance Review Committee at the next and final meeting, set for Nov. 14, became clear during Thursday’s discussion. It followed a review of the state’s ethics law, which takes precedence. The panel was formed by the Board of Supervisors, which will have final say on recommendations. Caren Cafferata-Jenkins, committee member and executive director at the state’s Commission on Ethics, outlined conflicts and duplications in the …

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