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A proposed change to the county charter that would have required subcontractors to disclose potential conflicts of interest when doing business with the county failed to advance in the St. Louis County Council.

The change was introduced in the wake of Gregory Sansone’s resignation from the Police Board after questions were raised about his company receiving a subcontract to work on the county’s new crime lab.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into whether there was any wrongdoing.