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Assemblyman William Horne Talks Ethics
Assemblyman William Horne Talks Ethics

AIR DATE: October 17, 2013

How can part-time legislators balance their duties as professionals and public servants when the roles overlap? This question came up when Assemblyman William Horne began representing clients seeking licenses for medical marijuna dispensaries. He voted for the law, so should he avoid taking clients who might benefit from his vote, even if it is legal? Would that make it too difficult to earn a living as an attorney?


William Horne, lawyer and Assemblyman

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