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On July 1, the maximum value for food, drink, or refreshment an individual may provide to an elected official or public employee in Louisiana for a single event increased from $58 to $60. This threshold value is adjusted each year […]

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The 2015 regular session of the Louisiana Legislature adjourned sine die on June 11, 2015. Upon transmittal of a bill, Gov. Bobby Jindal will have 20 days to sign or veto the legislation. Photo of the Louisiana State Capitol by […]

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Welcome back to yet another episode of the Statehouse Series. In this episode, we will journey south to Louisiana to learn about its capitol’s history. Towering at 34 feet tall, Louisiana’s statehouse, although one of nine capitols without a dome, […]

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On July 1, the maximum value for food, drink, or refreshment an individual may provide to an elected official or public employee in Louisiana for a single event increases from $57 to $58. This threshold value is adjusted each year […]

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The 2014 regular session of the Louisiana Legislature adjourned sine die on June 2, 2014. Upon transmittal of a bill, Gov. Bobby Jindal will have 20 days to sign or veto the legislation. Photo of the Louisiana State Capitol by […]

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A bill introduced yesterday in the Louisiana House would require political committees, candidates, and other persons who file campaign disclosure reports to include a detailed explanation of the purpose of each expenditure. The explanation would be required to contain sufficient […]

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A lawsuit was filed in federal court this week challenging Louisiana’s $100,000 limit on contributions to political action committees (PACs). The plaintiff in the suit is an independent expenditure-only PAC called The Fund for Louisiana’s Future. It is arguing that, […]

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House District 87

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October 19, 2013

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March 2, 2013

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August 21, 2012  •  

Tuesday Campaign Finance News Summary

A bill for greater disclosure in California, politicians owing fines in Louisiana, and more in today’s campaign finance news:

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November 6

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Senate Decides

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March 28, 2012  •  

Government Ethics News

Name calling in New Jersey, more news about Illinois Rep. Derrick Smith, and the Public Affairs Research Council gives advice to Louisiana in today’s news:

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