Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple has proposed updating the Code of Ethics for the city council. Sounds like something everyone could support, but even a code of ethics can get controversial. What kinds of things go into codes of ethics? What political entities usually have codes of ethics? Why are they controversial? What does Wichita's code of ethics say and what changes are the mayor proposing? Why are some people opposed to some of the mayor's proposals? Join us on October 26 at noon for a discussion of codes of ethics in general and for the Code of Ethics for the Wichita City Council specifically. Dr. Neal Allen, the chairman of the Political Science Department at Wichita State University, will present on the topic of Codes of Ethics for Government Bodies. Bring your questions about the mayor's proposal for a new code of ethics for the Wichita City Council. Co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters Wichita-Metro. Registration is required. Call (316) 261-8500 or visit wichitalibrary.org/events to register. This program will be held online via Zoom. A link to the program will be sent to your inbox the day before and the day of the program.
Event Type(s): Community Issues
Age Group(s): Adults
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