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Counsel for the Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission John Schaaf testified before the Pennsylvania Senate State Government Committee on Kentucky’s strict ethics laws. Pennsylvania has one of the most lax ethics laws in the country, permitting officials to receive gifts in […]

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Nearing the end of its 2014 session, the Kentucky General Assembly passed significant ethics legislation containing recommendations the Legislative Ethics Commission has requested for years. House Bill 28 prohibits employers of legislative lobbyists and permanent committees from making campaign contributions […]

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January 13, 2014  •  

Ethics Bill Introduced in Kentucky

Kentucky could see updates to its legislative ethics code this session. House Bill 3 would amend the state ethics code to include recommendations of the Legislative Ethics Commission, including: Establishing a “no cup of coffee” rule for gifts from lobbyists […]

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The Legislative Research Commission (LRC) will conduct an optional lobbyist workshop on Wednesday, January 8, 2014. Legislative leaders and LRC employees will provide information about the legislative process, bill tracking, and ethics requirements. The workshop will begin at 9:00 a.m. […]

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House District 7 and Senate District 13

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August 26, 2013  •  

Kentucky Special Session Adjourns

Redistricting plan passed

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Recommendations submitted to legislative research commission

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March 27, 2013  •  

Kentucky Legislature Adjourns

Passes pension reform in final hours

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Both regular and extraordinary sessions covered by ban

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Election scheduled February 12

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Election to be held December 18th

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Recommendations submitted to legislative research commission

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May 2, 2012  •  

Here is the Latest Redistricting News

Today we have items from eight states:

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Placement agents must register and follow executive branch code of ethics.

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