Board concluded that in its totality the letter was personal but that the action complained of was minor and no further proceedings were warranted. When a member has a strong personal interest and benefit, the Board will carefully examine a legislator's "ombudsman" role. Advisory Opinions 1995-No. 17 and 1997-No.1. Two members of the Board dissented as they would have found there was no reasonable cause to believe the letter violated the Act.