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September 17, 2010  •  

News from Cook County

Commissioners tighten ethics rules – more news to come.

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September 17, 2010  •  

A Great Day for a Party

We are celebrating a special anniversary!

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The Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives is the chief record-keeper of the House and has a Web site that shouldn’t be missed!

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September 16, 2010  •  

An Interview with Jim Sedor

In honor of the 10th anniversary of News You Can Use (NYCU), I interviewed its editor, Jim Sedor.

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September 15, 2010  •  

72 Hours from Donation to Broadcast

Nevada Transparency Measures to be Introduced in 2011.

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September 15, 2010  •  

NYC Campaign Finance Board Issues Report

New York City campaign finance reforms alter nature of political contributions.

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Wisconsin State Supreme Court Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson will select a state Court of Appeals judge to fill a vacancy on the Government Accountability Board Candidate Committee.

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September 14, 2010  •  

Hawaii Campaign Finance News

A lawsuit has been filed in federal court alleging Hawaii’s ban on political contributions by state and county contractors is in violation of the First Amendment.

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A pro-life group has filed suit in federal court challenging aspects of Iowa’s legislative response to “Citizens United.”

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September 13, 2010  •  

School Board Contribution Limits Set Aside

A federal court judge has suspended enforcement of Kentucky’s $100 contribution limit to candidates for school boards.

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September 10, 2010  •  

Highlighted Site of the Week – More Gov 2.0

Last week we had a great response to our Gov 2.0 Summit Highlighted Site of the Week. So for those of you who would like more government-meets-social media, we have some nice Web sites to highlight today.

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Nine Cleveland-area doctors have filed a lawsuit in a Cleveland federal court challenging an Ohio law which says they cannot make political contributions to the Ohio Attorney General or local county prosecutors if they treat patients on Medicaid.

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Governor Chris Christie announced a series of ethics reform measures, including those intent on closing pay-to-play loopholes and curtailing the unlimited transfer of campaign money between county and municipal committees.

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Unions and corporations in Michigan are allowed to pool funds for independent expenditures under an agreement reached between Secretary of State Land and the Michigan Chamber of Commerce.

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