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State Democrats have unveiled a new ethics reform plan in the wake of several corruption scandals.
The plan is meant to "strengthen trust in government" and proposes to revoke the pensions of corrupt officials, provide more ethics training and create a permanent committee to investigate misconduct.
But some observers say there are already plenty of ethics laws and rules on the books, it's just a case of some officials deciding not to observe them.
We'll talk to Senate president Pro Tem Don Williams about this plan. Will ethics reforms help to clean up Connecticut politics?
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