January 24, 2014 •
DC Council Bill Would Disqualify Campaign Contributors from City Contracts
Phil Mendelson, the chairman of the Council of the District of Columbia, introduced a bill that would bar people who made political contributions from obtaining contracts or doing other business with the city.
Mendelson said the motivation behind his bill was to end the perception of pay-to-play in Washington, D.C.
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