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The State Board of Elections has issued a guidance memo following the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission. The board will no longer enforce a $10,000 aggregate limit on donors’ contributions to state candidates during a […]

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The General Assembly adjourned late Monday, April 7, 2014, after approving bills to decriminalize marijuana and raise the state minimum wage. Legislators also approved two lobbying bills addressing ethics training requirements and lobbyist certifications of authorization to lobby. The new […]

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Lawmakers are considering a bill to block one of the firms seeking to bid on a multibillion-dollar light rail project from winning its bid unless it agrees to pay reparations to Holocaust victims. Delegate Kirill Reznik co-sponsored House Bill 1326 […]

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Training certification is now required on lobbyist registrations

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New gift restrictions and fines are on the way

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New contribution limits to take effect in 2015

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House Bill 1499 would increase contribution Limits

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Ethics Commission still provides paper forms as well

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State Ethics Commission has already received and approved the draft changes.

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Gifts from lobbyists between registration periods are targeted

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Governor hopes for quick passage of gambling expansion

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Revision to ethics bill required by state standards.

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Recommendation to increase limits is likely

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Lawmakers to convene May 14th

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