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Ethics bill emerges in wake of probes of Utah Lt. Gov Bell, Swallow
Legislature » Utah lawmakers voice support for former colleague Bell, but not for Swallow.

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Weiler released a separate bill Thursday in response to the Swallow scandal, seeking to require political appointees to play by the same rules as career employees when it comes to getting paid for work outside of their full-time state jobs.

Several bills have also been proposed that would cap campaign contributions at $10,000 from an individual in statewide races.

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The ethics bills will likely go to a committee hearing next week.


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