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Educating Public Officials on Ethics

July 26, 2013

The ignorance — or at least the claimed lack of awareness — of ethics laws among public officials never ceases to amaze us....

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Jul-27-13 11:17 AM

why is WV still broke with all of the wood,coal and gas that has been harvested through the many years?

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Jul-27-13 12:19 AM

The WV Journal or the Intelligence could go to the top 20 cities in WV to show how lax we are in ethic in WV and get the public involved in bringing change to this great State of West Virginia. Maybe a weekly question and results could show how a FOIA question is handled in each city. Next question could be how much department heads get paid in each city?

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Jul-27-13 12:07 AM

Why not have a one hour show on public tv? Maybe even the WV Journal program would give their hour on tv for a very worthy cause to educated the public and our representatives. This might really get the ball rolling for a tv learning experience that could change WV politics statewide in regards to open meetings, misuse of public money, and other bad behavior of elected and appointed officials.

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