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U.S. PIRG Publishes an Executive Summary of 2010

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Governor Brown has appointed Ann Ravel to the Chair of the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC).

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February 28, 2011  •  

CalPERS to Strengthen Ethics Policies

New rules would regulate fee payments to placement agents, other proposals have been postponed.

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February 25, 2011  •  

News You Can Use from Indiana

A Deputy Attorney General Fired for Comments Made on Twitter

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An effort to save money could bring cuts.

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Paul Dauphinais Replaces Holly Hill

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The Global Coalition against Corruption.

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February 10, 2011  •  

“Y’all Ready For This?”

Atlantic City City Council Passes Pay-To-Play Ordinance

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Final amendments released.

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Covers Persons Seeking Business Relationships

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Following a headline-grabbing scandal in which several prominent Alabama lawmakers, businessmen, and lobbyists were indicted in a cash-for-votes scheme related to pending gambling laws, state legislators took the opportunity to overhaul lobbyist, campaign finance, and other ethics rules.

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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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