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Sunday, March 15, 2015

Gov. Andrew Cuomo
ALBANY — The Joint Commission on Public Ethics saw the appointment of a new commissioner and the re-appointment of another earlier this week.

Michael K. Rozen will fill the seat that was vacated by Mitra Hormozi, while Michael A Romeo was originally appointed to the Commission last year to fill the seat vacated by Vincent Delorio; he is now being reappointed to begin his own term.

JCOPE is an independent ethics and lobbying regulator with oversight that includes State legislators, candidates for the Legislature and legislative employees, as well as the four statewide elected officials, candidates for those offices, executive branch state employees, certain political party chairs, and lobbyists and their clients. The Commission provides information, education, and advice regarding current ethics and lobbying laws, and promotes compliance with these laws through required disclosure filings, audits, investigations, and enforcement proceedings.

"Mr. Rozen and Mr. Romeo are both highly respected, accomplished in their fields, and possess real world experience that will greatly aid the Commission in its work to ensure accountability and provide guidance, training, and oversight to those who work in state government," Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. "I thank them for their dedication to New York State and for their willingness to serve."

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