The Northern Plains Ethics Institute at NDSU is set to host “Keeping It Clean: How to be Politically Active without Violating the State’s Corruption Statutes,” a talk by Chris Wilson, the NDSU President’s chief of staff.
The event is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 13, at noon in the Memorial Union Room of Nations.
Wilson will explain what state employees and other persons who use state property can and cannot do during the election season and the 2019 legislative session. He also will answer questions from the audience.
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