Mr. McHale also said anyone with a clear mind who would have read the advice of legislative counsel would have known it was "an act of misconduct to have presented that amendment and to have lobbied both houses to have it passed."
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Mr. McHale said he felt compelled to note that Mr. McConkey sought the advice of the adviser only after he already had taken action to get the amendments passed.
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