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Prince George's waits for sweeping ethics reform

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Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker said an inspector general's office may not be necessary to help the county clean up its ethics lapses, and instead favors cheaper approaches to government oversight through better employee training and established bodies such as the defunct Board of Ethics. While some progress has been made to achieve more accountability and openness a year into...

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