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Lobbying definitions and fees would expand

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Special Primary Scheduled for March 19, 2013

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House District 17 vacated by newly elected state senator

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Governor and lieutenant governor to be on same ticket

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Independent commission to recommend changes in 2013

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June 4, 2012  •  

Monday Lobbying News Roundup

Here are today’s lobbying news articles:

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May 2, 2012  •  

Here is the Latest Redistricting News

Today we have items from eight states:

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April 12, 2012  •  

Governors and Ethics

Here are news articles about two state governors and a former governor facing campaign finance issues:

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April 11, 2012  •  

Today’s Government Ethics News

Here are the latest articles from the states:

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Dates set to fill vacated seat

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April 2, 2012  •  

Today’s Government Ethics News

Here are the latest articles covering the federal government and the states:

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Special election to be called

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Former Illinois Governor Rod Bagojevich will serve out his sentence in a prison near Denver, Colorado. Ethics reform in Missouri is up in the air, and New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez signed legislation that “could require public officials convicted of corruption-related crimes to give back to the state their salaries and forfeit their accrued state pension benefits.”

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February 22, 2012  •  

Lobbying News in the States

Here is a look at news items in four states:

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