Legislature feels it needs a ‘code of conduct,’ albeit vague about specifics

By Katie Campbell | Arizona Capitol Times

Following the ouster of one representative and the revelation of suggestive text messages between a former senator and a staffer, a committee will draft a code of conduct governing the Legislature.

House Speaker J.D. Mesnard and Senate President Steve Yarbrough announced the creation of the bipartisan, bicameral committee in a press release Tuesday.

The announcement offered few details about the specific goals of the committee.

Its members will be composed of four members from each legislative body and be equally divided between Republicans and Democrats.

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