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It’s a newsworthy time to be a citizen of the Commonwealth! Enjoy the Spring issue of Virginia Capitol Connections Quarterly Magazine as we cover the issues of the day, big and small.
A dictionary definition of ethics differs from a definition of law.
Ethics is defined in Merriam-Webster as "an area of study that deals with ideas about what is good and bad behavior: a branch of philosophy dealing with what is right or wrong."
Ethics implies a choice or choices while law is more of a hard floor for behavior below which it is unlawful. Merriam-Webster calls law "the whole system or set of rules made by the government of a town, state, country, etc."