Senate President Ron Richard (left) has faced pay-to-play allegations over a bill he sponsored that would benefit the company of Joplin businessman David Humphreys (right).
Senate President Ron Richard (left) has faced pay-to-play allegations over a bill he sponsored that would benefit the company of Joplin businessman David Humphreys (right). File photos
Senate President Ron Richard (left) has faced pay-to-play allegations over a bill he sponsored that would benefit the company of Joplin businessman David Humphreys (right). File photos

Ethics panel fines adviser to Missouri mega donor at center of pay-to-play allegations

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