Posts tagged ‘ethics’

3-2-12: State Senator Jamie Raskin on Ethics Reform

Two weeks ago, the Maryland Senate voted to censure Democratic Senator Ulysses Currie be censured for his ethical lapses. Yesterday was the deadline for initial recommendations from a special Senate committee is trying to reform ethics rules for the rest of the legislature. We’ll talk to the chair of that committee, Democratic State Senator Jamie Raskin, about potential changes in how Maryland’s legislators police themselves.

Continue Reading March 2, 2012 at 8:10 am 1 comment

2-17-12: How the General Assembly Polices Itself

A joint General Assembly committee is recommending that Democratic Senator Ulysses Currie be censured for his ethical lapses. Meanwhile, a special Senate committee is trying to reform ethics rules for the rest of the legislature. We’ll talk to Common Cause Maryland executive director Susan Wichmann and Democratic State Senator Jamie Raskin about potential changes in how Maryland’s legislators police themselves.

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2-13-12: New Guidelines on Human Trials

We look over the new guidelines on ethics in research involving humans from the World Health Organization.

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10-25-11: The Ethics of Stolen Art

How should a museum react when it finds out that it received antiquities through stolen channels? Tom Hall talks with two journalists who’ve investigated the subject, and will be discussing it this weekend at the Walters.

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3-30-11: Ethical Politics?

Can political behavior be improved by changes in ethical rules?

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