The commission may employ a person to serve at the pleasure of the commission as president
and other personnel, including legal counsel, necessary to carry out this chapter. If the person engages in any conduct that the secretary determines is not in the public interest or that is in violation of this chapter, the secretary shall notify the commission of the conduct and request that corrective action and,
if appropriate, disciplinary action be taken by the commission. If the commission fails or refuses to correct the situation or to take disciplinary
action satisfactory to the secretary, the secretary may suspend or discharge the person.
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