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McAuliffe vetoes money for ethics panel

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Terry McAuliffe is vetoing money for a newly created ethics advisory commission. McAuliffe said at a news conference Friday on his line-item vetoes for the state budget that the commission was unnecessary because he plans on introducing stricter ethics legislation. Lawmakers created the Virginia Conflicts of Interest and Ethics Advisory Commission this year in response...

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