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Monday, December 27, 2010

Ohio governor reprimanded for ethics violations

On December 27, 2006, Ohio Governor Bob Taft (R) received a public reprimand from the Ohio Supreme Court for ethics violations stemming from charges that he received over 50 gifts worth up to $6,000 during four years in office. The reprimand is a permanent mark on his record as an attorney, but while the justices had the option of issuing a stronger punishment in their 6-0 opinion, they cited Taft's previously clean record as a lawyer and in public office.



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