N.H. Legislature’s Ethics Rules Could Be Rewritten To Address Conflicts of Interest
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The State House ethics rules could be updated soon with stricter guidance about when lawmakers need to sit out of votes because of outside conflicts of interest.

Rep. Ned Gordon of Bristol, the chairman of the Legislative Ethics Committee, is behind a bill seeking to close a gap in the rules governing how lawmakers should handle situations where their work at the State House intersects with their outside jobs or financial interests.

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