The Missouri Supreme Court has struck down a 2010 ethics law that took a long and twisted path to its final form.
The Missouri Supreme Court is trying to decide what portions - if any - of a wide-ranging 2010 ethics law should be allowed to stand.
Updated 2:43 p.m. March 31, 2011 with information that state attorney general's office will appeal the ruling.
A state judge has struck down a Missouri law that imposed new ethics and campaign finance requirements.
But the state attorney general's office said it will appeal Thursday's decision by Cole County Circuit Judge Dan Green and urged people to continue following the ethics law in the meantime.
A Missouri agency that finances low-income housing will redo a vote on ethics policy changes that occurred in a closed session. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Thursday that it raised concerns the closed meeting by a subcommittee of the Missouri Housing Development Commission may have violated the state's open-meetings law.
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