Prince George's ethics reform bill becomes law
Gov. Martin O'Malley has signed an ethics reform bill into law limiting the number of people in Prince George's County government who can receive a county-issued credit card, WAMU reports.
County Executive Rushern Baker pushed for the reforms saying the state's actions will help a county that has long been tainted by scandals, according to WAMU.
"It also limits contributions when there are development projects before the County Council and the county executive," Baker told WAMU. "But the most important part of that is that it sends a clear signal if you want to do a deal in Prince George's County, it's about transparency, and it's about fairness."
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