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Topic - Dee Brown
State lawmakers considering whether to water down the powers of the person who polices their conduct in election campaigns voted Wednesday to draft legislation that would change how the commissioner of political practices is chosen.
Over the past month, Salmen center Kalani Brown has been busy filling up her trophy case. And now, she'll need to make a bit more room.
Former NBA dunk champion Dee Brown finally got a chance to see his daughter Lexie play.
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"The complaint is that you are the jury, the executor, the all-knowing," Brown said to Motl. "Sometimes complete power corrupts, and I wouldn't want that to happen in the commissioner's office."
Committee chairwoman Sen. Dee Brown, R-Hungry Horse, said the aim of the panel is improve the office's credibility and effectiveness by removing the politics from the appointment process and assessing the commissioner's powers.