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September 12, 2012  •  

Wednesday Government Ethics News

ethicsWatchdog group blasts Andrews” by Jim Walsh in the Courier Post.

Alabama: “Former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman turns himself in at Louisiana federal prison” by The Associated Press in the Birmingham News.

Indiana: “Daniels’ work at Purdue target of state rep’s ethics complaint” in the Journal and Courier.

New York: “Ethics panel issues Lopez-probe subpoenas, eyeing state bigs” by Josh Margolin, Beth DeFalco and Carl Campanile in the New York Post.

Rhode Island: “RI Ethics Commission takes step toward new rule requiring travel disclosure by politicians” by The Associated Press in The Republic.

Utah: “Audit accuses former DABC licensing director of accepting gifts” by Dennis Romboy in the Deseret News.

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