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Senate ethics review ‘last act’ for retiring Senator Andreychuk

By Samantha Wright Allen      

Conservative Senator Raynell Andreychuk reflects on her 26 years in the Upper Chamber, including her proudest moments and the unfinished business of ethical reform.

Conservative Senator Raynell Andreychuk retired this week. She was dean of the Red Chamber upon her retirement, having first been appointed in 1993, and was busy until her last few days in office finishing up Senate work. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

Just days before Raynell Andreychuk retired from the Senate, she was finishing up the final touches on a committee report to “significantly” amend the Upper Chamber’s ethics and conflict of interest code, which offers sweeping recommendations to address inquiry delays and create obligations for Senators to respond sooner.

Samantha Wright Allen

Samantha Wright Allen is a reporter for The Hill Times.
- swallen@hilltimes.com


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