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Ethics issues are in the news all around us locally and nationally.  Understanding Ethics issues in other contexts can help us to understand them in our own environment.


Below are some links to items of Ethics interests.


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2010 Ethics & Workplace Survey

This is a survey of interest published by Deloitte LLP that highlights the positive correlation between employee retention and trust in the workplace.


AP - September 20, 2010 NASA Inspector General Faults Boss

NASA's chief found himself mired in another controversy Monday, this time for making "inappropriate" contact with an oil company while considering an alternative fuel project.


Huffington Post (04/01/11) Mayor Villaraigosa's Record Ethics Fine

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa was fined one of the largest fines in the history of California's Fair Political Practices Commission for acceptance of various event tickets and for failing to report the tickets on his financial disclosure report.


NY Times - October 7, 2010 Recusals and the Court

Justice Elena Kagan’s seat was empty when the second case of the new term of the Supreme Court was called for oral argument on Monday. Because of her previous job as President Obama’s solicitor general, she has, so far, recused herself from 25 of 51 cases accepted.


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