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The ethics scandal involving Scott Storms, the former general counsel of the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, just won’t die. On Monday, a grand jury indicted Storms’ former boss for helping Storms set up a new job with Duke Energy Corp. while he still worked on Duke cases before the commission. The Marion County grand jury in Indianapolis indicted David Lott Hardy, Storms’ ex-boss, on three felony counts. The first count involved Storms. The indictment states that Hardy knowingly aided and abetted Storms by communicating with Duke employees about Storms’ prospective employment as in-house counsel, “while allowing Storms to continue to participate in [commission] proceedings involving Duke Energy.” The other two counts concern Hardy’s alleged failure to disclose huge cost overruns at a new plant Duke was building,

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