Nice to speak with Laura Nelson of the Los Angeles Times for this piece.
Some government ethics experts say the decision could raise eyebrows. It's wiser for public agencies to wait until an elected official has left office, then use the "Mt. Rushmore test," weighing whether his or her work has stood the test of time, said Jessica Levinson, a professor at Loyola Law School.
"Even if this is done with good intentions, it makes sense to wait for them to cycle off the board," Levinson said.
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