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D.C. ethics board expects to open doors to public Nov. 5

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The head of the District's new Board of Ethics and Government Accountability said Wednesday that it expects to open its doors to the public on Nov. 5 -- after working to perform a daunting amount of logistics in a short period of time. "We were handed the mandate to open our doors by Oct. 1," board chairman Robert Spagnoletti said Wednesday. "Of course, at the time there were no doors to open,...

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