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Campaign Communications Disclosure Bill Vetoed by Governor Nathan Deal in Georgia

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FEC Advisory Opinion Requested

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Here are highlights from State and Federal Communications, Inc.’s latest edition of News You Can Use:

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Orders Aim to Make Procurement More Ethical and Efficient

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Directly to Shareholders or Link From Homepage

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The first session of the 107th General Assembly adjourned the evening of May 21, 2011.

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Not Yet Signed

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Expected to be Selected During Summer

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“An online platform for members of Congress to debate and discuss the most important issues of the day.”

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Rhode Island’s Quasi-Public Agencies

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A very short story about “degrees of separation.”

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May 18, 2011  •  

New Ethics Rules for Chicago

On Monday, May 16th Mayor Rahm Emanuel signed three new executive orders and reissued three additional executive orders.

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Candidates for the runoff election for mayor of Colorado Springs are seeking clarification from City Clerk Kathryn Young following her statements to a local newspaper concerning campaign finance disclosure.

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Court of Appeals Affirms Lower Court Decision

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