Advisory Opinion 1992-110
South Carolina State Ethics Commission
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(1) An employee is prohibited from accepting employment for one year from a business which the department regulates on a matter in which the employee personally and substantially participated. (2) Employees may be reimbursed by their agency for participating in speeches or conference activities. (3) Employees who witness violations of the Ethics Reform Act are not liable for failure to report the violation, however, the Commission may initiate complaints upon receipt of sufficient information to determine probable cause.
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