HB 333, Ethics Bill

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Rep. Chuck Efstration
District 104

This bill would provide that the time limits for when an action alleging an ethics violation could commence would run from the date on which the violation occurred, rather than the date of filing of the first report containing the alleged violation.

Further, the bill would provide that if a public officer has previously filed a financial disclosure statement with the ethics commission, and the financial disclosure statement covers the same calendar year as would be covered by the regular annual ethics affidavit, the public officer would be exempted from filing another annual affidavit as is usually required prior to January 31 each year.

Lastly, the bill would allow an ethics complaint to be brought by a staff attorney employed by the ethics commission.




Last Updated: 3/30/2021
Subject Area: Ethics
Resources: bill text
2/11/2022 - Assigned to Senate Committee


3/29/2021 Senate Vote #358 Yea - 33 Nay - 16 Not Voting - 0 Excused - 7
3/5/2021 House Vote #172 Yea - 164 Nay - 0 Not Voting - 4 Excused - 12

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