The state ethics commission on Wednesday agreed to give a nonprofit group of Johnson County neighbors a rehearing after they questioned the legal credentials of the ethics commission’s executive director and set off a political firestorm at the statehouse.
The ethics commission refused to dismiss the case against Fresh Vision OP, which was found to be a political action committee last month and was required to disclose its donors under state campaign finance law.
The commission ordered a rehearing because the complaint lodged by . . .