NYC Mayor Eric Adams may have 'violated ethics laws' by not getting approval to give his brother NYPD job
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There's a chance Mayor Eric Adams violated New York City ethics law by getting his brother hired by the NYPD before getting permission from the City's Conflicts of Interest Board (COIB), WNBC reports.

Bernard Adams is now a deputy commissioner of the NYPD, earning approximately $240,000 a year. For the past decade, he worked as head of parking enforcement at a Virginia university. He's been working at his new position since Dec. 30.

According to WNBC, the Mayor's team called the COIB to begin...

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