Hitting the brakes at the Ethics Commission

It has changed its mind.

In a clear reversal of an earlier ruling, the state Ethics Commission ruled Thursday that political campaigns cannot make unlimited financial donations to other campaigns.

In August, the commission ruled that politicians could funnel cash to other campaigns, although there was a law on the books that limited contributions.

The issue came to light on Aug. 17, when the commission heard and dismissed a complaint over $10,000 from the campaign of a dead man.


  1. gatormathis says:

    …so i guess “Dead men tell no tales” but they do write checks…….

    ……..does this mean they are back voting again????????

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