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Today, September 8, 2010 marks the 36th anniversary of a moment that many Americans do not recall and those that do, perhaps, wish they didn’t.

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The Georgia State Ethics Commission ruled that campaign candidate to candidate contributions must adhere to the limitations expressed under O.C.G.A. section 21-5-41.

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September 3, 2010  •  

Highlighted Site of the Week – Gov 2.0

With mottoes such as “Government as Platform,” and “Opening the Door to Innovation,” the Gov 2.0 Summit promises to be the spot where social media and government mix!

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September 2, 2010  •  

Lobbying News: Nevada

Nevada to Increase Lobbying Registration Fees for 2011.

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A draft ethics code for the new Cuyahoga County government will be the subject of a public meeting later this month.

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September 2, 2010  •  

See Us in Person

Plan to say hello at future events where State and Federal Communications will be attending and/or speaking regarding compliance issues.

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The state’s current campaign contribution limits will remain intact at least until after this year’s general elections.

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Here is your chance to “Ask the Experts” at State and Federal Communications, Inc.

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August 30, 2010  •  

Quoted in the news…

Newspaper quotes our president and CEO about campaign finance.

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The State Ethics Commission of Georgia is expected to issue an advisory opinion in the coming weeks concerning limits on campaign candidate to candidate contributions in the state.

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The Maine Ethics Commission adopted emergency rules to address regulations deemed “unconstitutionally burdensome” by a federal court last week. The new rules apply to political action committees, party committees, and other outside groups making independent expenditures.

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August 27, 2010  •  

New Ethics Ordinance for Broward County

The Broward County Board of Commissioners has passed a new ethics ordinance.

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The lobby of this Beaux-Arts hotel was the scene where Ulysses S. Grant smoked cigars and drank brandy. Did the people who flocked around him in the lobby start the use of the term lobbyist as we know it?

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Lobbyists are familiar with the gift restrictions, limits, and bans in those jurisdictions where they are registered. There are many states across the country, such as North Carolina and Tennessee, that completely prohibit lobbyists from providing any type of gift or meal to a legislator. However, many of these states have exceptions to their rules when legislators are attending national conferences, such as the National Conference of State Legislatures’ Annual Legislative Summit.

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