With power and authority come responsibility and obligations. Officials must make sacrifices.. Continue reading Unfair Sacrifices?
Let’s develop a process to handle them, a process that protects our officials and our citizens. Continue reading Conflicts Happen: Let’s Be Proactive
In government ethics, appearances are what matters most. Motivations, feelings, and character are irrelevant. Continue reading Why Appearances DO Matter
For the purpose of government ethics, “ethics” does not mean the field of study concerned with being or doing good… Continue reading It’s Not About Being “Good”
Why an Ethics Board must have sole authority in advice, training, disclosure and enforcement. Continue reading Monopoly: Authority Isn’t a Game
From The Morning Call, January 3, 2017 by Nicole Radzievich. Continue reading Ethics Law Proposed in Bethlehem
A Town Hall meeting hosted by the League of Women Voters of Northampton County and Lehigh University’s South Side Initiative. Continue reading Bethlehem to Discuss Ethics Ordinances