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Ethics

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  • Q&A with Hank Haney, Tiger Woods' former coach

    Seconds into a conversation with Hank Haney, I'm scrambling for an online dictionary. Haney says he knows psychologists who have called former pupil Tiger Woods a "sociopath" — someone with "little regard for the feelings of others" and "extreme...
  • Critic files ethics complaint against Tinley officials

    Critic files ethics complaint against Tinley officials
    Local attorney Steve Eberhardt has formally filed an ethics complaint with the Tinley Park clerk's office, charging that several trustees and town officials have violated the village's ethics ordinance. Eberhardt, who ran against longtime Mayor Ed...
  • District hires ethics consultant in wake of cheating scandal

    Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees on Tuesday voted unanimously to hire an ethics consultant to improve the culture at Corona del Mar High School. The district will spend $5,000 to hire Kevin O'Grady, of O'Grady School Solutions, to provide...
  • Opposed to executive appointing deputy directors [letter to The Aegis]

    Editor: Herein are my thoughts on the forthcoming Bill 14-18 [regarding empowering the county executive to appoint deputy directors of departments]  The bill reads, in part: "The County Executive shall appoint a single officer to head each agency of...
  • Dirty money in Baltimore County politics [Letter]

    Dirty money in Baltimore County politics [Letter]
    I am deeply troubled by the hate mail from Connie DeJuliis that comes to my home every day. For years, Sen. Jim Brochin has come to the yearly neighborhood meetings in my community to tell about his accomplishments after each legislative session, and he...
  • Griping neighbors need to check their facts

    A handful of houses are being built in a small town in the Northeast United States. The town, known for its beaches and other attractions for summer vacationers, is a mix of full-time residents, summer renters and second-home owners who vanish in the...
  • Calif. Senate adopts new ethics standards, rejects others

    The state Senate took action Monday aimed at restoring public trust after a series of scandals by creating a new position of ethics ombudsman, installing protections for whistle-blowers and banning the raising of campaign funds during August, the last...
  • Lead-paint study sparks debate over experiments with children

    Lead-paint study sparks debate over experiments with children
    How do public health experts handle research when they know they cannot offer subjects the best medical treatment possible — only "less than the best" solutions? It poses serious ethical issues, especially when children are involved in the...
  • Perjury charges filed in relation to investigation of alleged PennDOT ethics breaches

     
    This just in from the state attorney general's office. Keep in mind that nobody's been convicted of anything at this point. The investigation involves allegations of ethical misconduct against unspecified officials at PennDOT District 6, based in...
  • L.A. Times Ethics Guidelines

    L.A. Times Ethics Guidelines
    The goal of the Los Angeles Times is to publish a newspaper of the highest quality. This requires The Times to be, above all else, a principled newspaper. Making it so is the responsibility of every staff member. In deed and in appearance, journalists...
  • Watchdog to lawmakers: Move swiftly on transit reforms

    Watchdog to lawmakers: Move swiftly on transit reforms
    As lawmakers held their first hearing today on recommendations from the special mass transit task force created in the aftermath of the controversy at Metra, the state's top watchdog urged them to move swiftly on reforms. Ricardo Meza, the state's...