Former Hickman Mills school board member Breman Anderson agreed in a consent order that he had sought Clinton Adams’ assistance to produce mailers against three opponents in April 2014. The mailers did not include information about who had paid for them, a violation of state law. Anderson, reached by phone Monday, said he had no comment. He was not re-elected.
Former Hickman Mills school board member Breman Anderson agreed in a consent order that he had sought Clinton Adams’ assistance to produce mailers against three opponents in April 2014. The mailers did not include information about who had paid for them, a violation of state law. Anderson, reached by phone Monday, said he had no comment. He was not re-elected. File photo
Former Hickman Mills school board member Breman Anderson agreed in a consent order that he had sought Clinton Adams’ assistance to produce mailers against three opponents in April 2014. The mailers did not include information about who had paid for them, a violation of state law. Anderson, reached by phone Monday, said he had no comment. He was not re-elected. File photo

Ethics violations handed down on negative mailers in Kansas City, Hickman Mills school board races

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