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The Texas legislature is looking to tackle a new piece of pay-to-play legislation with Senate Bill 110.

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If passed, a violation would be a class A misdemeanor.

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Public officials may have to disclose their spouse’s income.

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Changes Could Be Coming for Lobbyist Registration Rules

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County Executive offers Rules

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Ballot measure will be decided on March 8

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Commission on Governmental Ethics Seeks Independent Investigatory Powers and New Campaign Finance Restrictions in 2011

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Executive Order Signed

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Recommendations made

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December 28, 2010  •  

Holiday Shut-Down in Idaho, Ohio, and Wyoming

Bringing you some timely schedule information to keep in mind.

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Former Senate Staff Member Tagged to Replace Montana’s Top Ethics Official

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New York Commission on Public Integrity Loosens Revolving Door Restrictions to Benefit Laid-off State Employees

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The Broward County Commission has passed a new ethics law aimed at instituting a new standard of ethical behavior on all county employees.

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December 22, 2010  •  

Holiday Shut-Down Days in Maine and Wisconsin

Bringing you some timely schedule information to keep in mind.

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