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Freeze on new federal websites will continue through this calendar year

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Event Kicks Off Term of Office

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Here is a video highlighting our time at the NCSL Summit in San Antonio, Texas:

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Special Session to Begin September 6, 2011

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August 17, 2011  •  

Ohio Statehouse Considers Bar

Lawmakers may not have to go further than their statehouse for a drink in Ohio

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John Dean spoke at the Watergate CLE for the Ohio State Bar Association.

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Regulations address behested payments and terminated committees

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Finalists Named in Search for Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Position

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The White House is now Foursquare’s highest-profile member.

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Introduced by Rep. Woodall

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House of Representives possibly to move to a Unified Communications System

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Recommends Expanding Definition of Lobbying and Increasing Registration Threshold

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Will Address Redistricting

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August 15, 2011  •  

Two New Jurisdictions Added

In a continuing effort to better serve the needs of its clients, State and Federal Communications, Inc. is expanding coverage of laws and regulations in more municipalities.

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