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A Texas Ethics Commission rule delineating the state’s document retention policy for treasurers of political committees takes effect today. Rule §20.18, which was adopted on October 31, 2013, spells out the records needed to be kept for at least two […]

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Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has proposed increasing the frequency of reporting campaign finance data and imposing a reporting requirement before spending for certain campaign contributions. Abbott, a candidate for governor, announced his intentions for these and other ethics reforms […]

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On November 4, in response to a court decision enjoining the Texas Ethics Commission from enforcing parts of the Election Code, the Ethics Commission released guidance concerning independent expenditure-only PACs. The commission acknowledged restrictions on independent expenditures from independent expenditure-only […]

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November 5, 2013

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Emails and Redistricting

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Sine Die

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May 27

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House Bill 1422

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House Bill 2737

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February 19, 2013  •  

May Elections May Move in El Paso

Voters to Decide

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January 26, 2013

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Ethics Rules

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April 11, 2012  •  

Today’s Government Ethics News

Here are the latest articles from the states:

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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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