From his press release, which I would link to if his website would actually post it:
Today State Representative and Attorney General Candidate Rob Teilhet announced that he will sponsor legislation to overhaul Georgia’s conflict of interest laws for the General Assembly. Teilhet’s legislation will place the enforcement responsibility for conflict of interest complaints with the State Ethics Commission, rather than the legislature.
“Allowing the legislature to police itself on ethics is like letting a criminal preside over his own court hearing,” said Representative Rob Teilhet. “The resignation of Speaker Richardson is not enough. We must address the underlying culture of corruption that has allowed self-dealing and conflicts of interest to run rampant at our Capitol. It is time for meaningful ethics reform that will help restore the public’s trust in government. Only then can we safeguard against similar problems in the future.” Teilhet’s legislation will give the State Ethics Commission jurisdiction over complaints of conflict of interest against members of the Georgia General Assembly. Currently, such complaints are enforced by the General Assembly itself through a Joint Legislative Ethics Committee.