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Ethics commission fines former Democratic Party treasurers

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Two former volunteer treasurers of the Kansas Democratic Party were fined for signing off on the party's campaign finance reports that failed to accurately...

Ethics complaint dropped against neighborhood group

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The state ethics commission on Wednesday dismissed complaints against a nonprofit group of Johnson County neighbors that was initially found to be a political...

Ethics director activates law license

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The executive director of the Kansas ethics commission has activated his law license after he was criticized for allowing it to become suspended. State court...

Lawmakers back off ethics commission proposal

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Republican lawmakers have retreated from a proposal that would have removed the executive director from his position at the state ethics commission after lawmakers...

Lawmakers target ethics commission director

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Republican lawmakers are moving to rein in the executive director of the ethics commission, an action that comes as the agency has been issuing...

Neighborhood group seeks to dismiss ethics case

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A nonprofit group of Johnson County neighbors are fighting back against efforts to force them to disclose where they get their funding while questioning...

Ethics complaint lodged against social welfare group

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State ethics officials have lodged a complaint against a social welfare group that engaged in Overland Park municipal elections this year. They have filed complaints...

Ethics Commission fines Board of Ed candidate

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The state ethics commission on Wednesday fined Republican State Board of Education candidate Benjamin Hodge $5,000 for failing to file a campaign finance report. The...

Kassebaum endorses Bollier in Senate race

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Former Republican U.S. Sen. Nancy Kassebaum on Thursday endorsed Democrat Barbara Bollier over GOP Congressman Roger Marshall in the U.S. Senate race. "I’ve known Barbara...

Ethics Commission fines former corrections secretary

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The Kansas Ethics Commission on Wednesday fined former state Corrections Secretary Joe Norwood $5,000 for violating state ethics law by taking a job with...