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Placed On Leave

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

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New York Bill Proposes to Limit Contribution Amounts and Timing

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

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January 13, 2011  •  

Drink Up While You Can

Kentucky may become a ‘no cup of coffee’ state

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ABA Task Force of Federal Lobbying Laws Issues Report

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Other Improvements Coming

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State Senator Wants Transparency

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In a continuing effort to better serve the needs of its clients, State and Federal Communications, Inc. is expanding coverage of laws and regulations for political contributions, lobbying, and procurement lobbying to more municipalities, regional governments, and governmental organizations.

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Not Prohibited Under Law

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December 17, 2010  •  

Alabama Lawmakers Pass Seven Ethics Bills

Important changes made to lobbying and campaign finance rules.

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December 14, 2010  •  

California Senator Introduces Lobbying Bill

Lou Correa’s Bill Would Create Local Lobbying Regulation

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