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The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that the expenditures made by the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering to administer a Fellowship Program to the General Assembly do not trigger lobbyist registration and services provided by Fellows under the Fellowship Program constitute a permissible gift to the state.
The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that the transition of seven employees of the Connecticut Green Bank to a non-governmental organization formed for the purpose of continuing certain clean energy programs does not violate the use of office provision under General Statutes 1-84 (c) or the post-state employment restrictions under General Statutes 1-84b (b) and (f).
The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that a full-time professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Connecticut Health Center may serve as an expert evaluator and witness in a lawsuit--in either his personal or state capacity--provided that he receives no compensation or other financial gain for doing so.
2017-2 to refrain from filing, or prosecuting, any ethics complaint during the remainder of the Corey Edsall's one-year employment contract with UConn.
The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that a retired state trooper may engage in post-state employment as a police officer or constable with a municipality that is provided police services and supervision by DESPP.
a state legislator who is a respondent in a proceeding before the Freedom of Information Commission is there in his or her official capacity as a public agency therefore, he or she may accept State-provided legal representation without violating the Ethics that a Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Public Health (DPH) may serve on the Board of Trustees of the Tobacco and Health Trust Fund, even though DPH is soliciting funds from that entity for its programs; and that the Ethics Code does not mandate that she recuse herself from taking official action as a Board member relating to DPHs proposals, provided that such action would not affect her financial interests or those of certain family members.
The Citizens Ethics Advisory Board concluded that a legislator who is a co-chair of the Higher Education & Employment Advancement Committee could accept payment of subsistence expenses only (e.g., standard travel, lodging, meals) from a local private university in order for her to give a keynote addressin her personal capacityat an overseas conference co-sponsored by the university.
Any person subject to the Code of Ethics for Public Officials or the Code of Ethics for Lobbyists has the right to request an advisory opinion.