Ethics meeting on Bentley complaints still going after 8 hours
The Alabama Ethics Commission has met behind closed doors for more than eight hours today as it hears from witnesses and considers ethics complaints against Gov. Robert Bentley.
The commission moved into the closed session shortly after convening at 9:30 a.m.
Witnesses have been kept mostly out of the view of reporters waiting outside the closed chambers.
Security in the RSA Union Building, where the commission is meeting on the ninth floor, have tried to limit reporters from staking out different parts of the building in an effort to see who might be coming in or out.
The commission would... read more
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