Outgoing State Ethics Commissioner Takes Aim at Fellow Commissioners

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There are numerous instances of corruption in Alabama. For example, former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman finished a 78-month sentence this week for accepting a bribe from former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy. It comes at a time when there’s discord on the Alabama Ethics Commission, a body that’s tasked with keeping elected leaders in line. We talk about what one outgoing member of the commission has to say with Alabama Media Group columnist John Archibald.

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John Archibald

Alabama is full of big news stories. From the removal of the Confederate battle flag, to gay marriage, to Birmingham's increase in the minimum wage. It's a lot for journalists to keep up with and a lot of great materials for columnists like AL.com and The Birmingham News' John Archibald. He discusses the city, county and state politics in forums large and small.

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