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Baltimore City Board of Ethics says new pension bill presents conflict of interest

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Baltimore City's Board of Ethics has a problem with a recently passed council bill that changes the number of years elected officials have to serve in office before earning a pension. The Board wrote a letter to Mayor Brandon Scott requesting that he hold off on signing the bill into law, pending an advisory review.
Published 2 months ago · Baltimore, United States

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Baltimore ethics board calls on mayor to delay decision on pension eligibility bill, citing possible conflict of interest

Baltimore’s Board of Ethics has asked Mayor Brandon Scott to delay a decision on legislation passed by the City Council that would change pension eligibility requirements saying it is a potential violation of the city’s ethics ordinance.

2 months ago·Baltimore, United States
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Baltimore's Ethics Board chairman sends message to mayor regarding pensions

The chairman of Baltimore City's Ethics Board has a message for the Mayor about a bill to make it easier for city council member to qualify for pensions.

2 months ago·Baltimore, United States
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Baltimore City Board of Ethics says new pension bill presents conflict of interest

Baltimore City's Board of Ethics has a problem with a recently passed council bill that changes the number of years elected officials have to serve in office before earning a pension.

2 months ago
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Baltimore ethics board asks Mayor Scott to delay decision on City Council pension bill

The Baltimore City Ethics Board is asking Mayor Brandon Scott to delay siging

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Saying it may violate the law, Baltimore’s ethics board asks Mayor Scott to delay signing pension bill

Panel says the bill, pushed by Council President Nick Mosby, appears to violate two provisions of the City Ethics Code. No public response yet from the mayor.

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