The state legislature is going down to the wire to decide how to – or even whether or not it should – continue the ethics commission. The body was created following the Tennessee Waltz corruption sting in 2005. If the General Assembly doesn’t reauthorize or reorganize the body this year, the ethics commission will dissolve.
By: Blake Farmer
Blake Farmer is WPLN's assistant news director, but he wears many hats - reporter, editor and host. He covers the Tennessee state capitol while also keeping an eye on Fort Campbell and business trends, frequently contributing to national programs. Born in Tennessee and educated in Texas, Blake has called Nashville home for most of his life.
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