The Florida Commission on Ethics, the agency charged with enforcing ethics laws, meets Friday and plans to adopt an agenda for the next legislative session. Between ideas from Integrity Florida, the grand jury and a few reform-minded lawmakers, there are plenty of worthy proposals for the commission to endorse, including:
Give the ethics cops more muscle. Under current law, the commission can't investigate possible violations unless someone files a complaint. Imagine a police officer who witnesses a crime but can't respond unless someone calls 911.
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