The Missouri Ethics Commission has fined Citizens for Responsible Government, a Kansas City political group, for violations related to its anti-tax mailers prior to the earnings tax election. The commission issued a consent order, filed last Friday, that said the group and its treasurer Dan Coffey, pictured, violated various sections of the Missouri ethics laws.
The Missouri Ethics Commission has fined Citizens for Responsible Government, a Kansas City political group, for violations related to its anti-tax mailers prior to the earnings tax election. The commission issued a consent order, filed last Friday, that said the group and its treasurer Dan Coffey, pictured, violated various sections of the Missouri ethics laws. File photo by Jill Toyoshiba JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM
The Missouri Ethics Commission has fined Citizens for Responsible Government, a Kansas City political group, for violations related to its anti-tax mailers prior to the earnings tax election. The commission issued a consent order, filed last Friday, that said the group and its treasurer Dan Coffey, pictured, violated various sections of the Missouri ethics laws. File photo by Jill Toyoshiba JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM

Citizens for Responsible Government fined for ethics violation

October 03, 2016 12:54 PM

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