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Pennsylvania State Ethics Commission

Pennsylvania State Ethics Commission
Seal of the State Ethics Commission
Agency overview
Formed 1979
Jurisdiction State government of Pennsylvania
Website http://www.ethics.state.pa.us/

Pennsylvania State Ethics Commission is the main ethics commission for the Government of Pennsylvania.[1]

The Commissioners

The six Commissioners, with one vacancy, are:[2]

  • Louis W. Fryman, Esq., Chairman
  • John J. Bolger, Vice Chairman
  • Raquel Kennedy Bergen, PhD., Commissioner
  • Nicholas A. Collafella, PhD., Commissioner[3]
  • Donald M. McCurdy, Esq., Commissioner
  • Mark Volk, COL US Army, Ret., Commissioner

See also

References

  1. ^ "About the Commission". www.ethics.state.pa.us. 
  2. ^ "Pennsylvania State Ethics Commission:The Commissioners". PSEC Web Site. Pennsylvania State Ethics Commission. 2010. Retrieved 2010-08-09. 
  3. ^ "The Commission - Nicholas A. Collafella". Pennsylvania State Ethics Commission. Archived from the original on 2010-02-14. 
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