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Employee Conflicts Also Prohibited

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November 5, 2010  •  

$400,000 for Pay-to-Play

New Jersey Offers Help – With Conditions

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New York Inspector General Finds Potential Ethics Violations in Video Lottery Terminal Bidding Process

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October 20, 2010  •  

News You Can Use from Los Angeles

City Council to Consider Pay to Play Restrictions

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Measure now in Senate

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September 15, 2010  •  

NYC Campaign Finance Board Issues Report

New York City campaign finance reforms alter nature of political contributions.

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September 14, 2010  •  

Hawaii Campaign Finance News

A lawsuit has been filed in federal court alleging Hawaii’s ban on political contributions by state and county contractors is in violation of the First Amendment.

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The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued two separate decisions in regards to the case of Green Party of Connecticut v. Garfield on July 13, 2010, one decision affecting the Connecticut Campaign Finance Reform Act (CFRA) and another affecting the state’s Citizens Election Program (CEP).

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The Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC) discusses its Pay-to-Play priority recommendation to the state legislature in its July, 2010 newsletter which is now available on-line.

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June 30, 2010  •  

SEC Considering New Regulations

The SEC is expected to vote on proposed rules June 30, 2010.

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