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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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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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