EPA ethics watchdog says Pruitt condo review didn’t cover ‘impartiality’

“It is important to note that the federal ethics regulations regarding impartiality apply regardless of whether something involves receiving a prohibited gift,” he wrote” writes Midwest Communications Inc for Kevin Minoli, a top ethics official in the EPA’s Office of General Counsel, said in the memo that the review did not address other portions of the federal ethics regulations, such as the impartiality rule.(Reuters) – The Environmental Protection Agency’s ethics office said its recent review of Administrator Scott Pruitt’s Washington apartment rental cleared him of accepting a gift from a lobbyist but did not address whether he broke other federal ethics regulations such as the “impartiality rule.”.

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