Eye On Boise

Ethics panel briefed on process

Deputy Attorney General Brian Kane, left, briefs the House Ethics Committee. (Betsy Russell)
Deputy Attorney General Brian Kane, left, briefs the House Ethics Committee. (Betsy Russell)

Deputy Attorney General Brian Kane told the ethics committee, "You have the authority to take testimony, to hear from witnesses." The committee's decision will be in the form of a recommendation to the full House, he said. "Only the full body can take final action."




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