In an unusual move, the research arm of the Florida Legislature has been directed by state leaders to audit Palm Beach County’s 2-year-old Commission on Ethics, officials said Tuesday.
The Legislature’s Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability, known as OPPAGA, said Tuesday it has launched a lengthy review of the commission’s $500,000 budget, its operating procedures and the methods it uses to enforce the county’s ethics rules.
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Staff writer Dara Kam contributed to this story.