North Dakota Ethics Panel Moves Forward With Conflict Of Interest Rules

(Bismarck, ND) — North Dakota’s Ethics Commission is moving forward with proposed public official conflict of interest rules. The voter-approved five-member panel voted unanimously yesterday to advance the draft rules for public comment. The rules are related to a section of the 2018 measure voters put in the state constitution that says officials should disqualify themselves from proceedings where they have a financial interest.


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