Tomorrow, the Orange County Board of Supervisors is expected to pass a resolution that would establish an ethics commission overseeing county politics. It's long been a dream of political watchdog Shirley Grindle, who has long battled with both parties over campaign-finance reform and the establishment of such a committee. The final version isn't what was originally proposed by Grindle and other activists, but she's pleased with the final draft. But can such a move clamp down on political corruption in Orange County, a place long ride with governmental malfeasance?
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