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New York appeals court hears arguments over the fate of the state's ethics panel

  • A state lawyer argued that New York officials had the right to create a corruption-fighting commission that was more insulated from the people it monitors.
  • Former Governor Andrew Cuomo filed a lawsuit claiming that the Commission on Ethics and Lobbying in Government lacked constitutional authority to prosecute him.
  • New York has struggled to establish an effective ethics commission, and the current commission was created in 2022 to investigate ethics and lobbying violations by state officials.
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