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Ethics panel splits on party lines, opts for higher burden to punish Bundgaard (access required)

The panel of senators investigating whether Sen. Scott Bundgaard breached ethical rules split along partisan lines today, with Republicans adopting a higher standard of proof that could make it more difficult to remove the Peoria Republican from office.

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