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Governor signs bill providing $1.8 million.

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Opponents of a new law prohibiting payroll deductions from public employees for “political activity” have filed for a temporary injunction in federal court.

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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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December 21, 2010  •  

Governor Riley Approves Ethics Reform Bills

Alabama Governor Bob Riley signed seven bills relating to lobbying, campaign finance, and ethics into law yesterday.

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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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They Have an Eye on Ethics Reform

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Alabama utilities commissioners turn out the lights on gifts and contributions from lobbyists.

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November 8, 2010  •  

Governor-Elect Sets Sights on Ethics Reform

Promises come in response to scandal connected with gambling legislation.

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Federal investigators have unsealed an indictment against four Alabama legislators, three lobbyists, two casino owners, and two others for their participation in an alleged bribery and kickback scheme.

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