Judge Throws Out Ethics Rules for Kentucky Lobbyists, Lawmakers
The newest appointee to the Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission comes with an undergraduate degree from WKU and bipartisan support.
Henry Stephens has been a professor at the Chase School of Law at Northern Kentucky University since the early 1980s. He received his bachelor’s degree from WKU in 1975 before earning his law degree from UK.
On Monday, he was appointed to the state’s legislative ethics commission by both Democratic House Speaker Greg Stumbo and Republican Senate President Robert Stivers. Stephens’ appointment fills a spot that’s been vacant for two years.
The commission came under fire earlier this year …