September 12, 2011 •
News You Can Use Digest – September 12, 2011
Bipartisan Bill Would Require Transparency of Super Committee
Facing Voter Discontent, Lawmakers Skip Town Halls
Members of Debt Panel Have Ties to Lobbyists
From the States and Municipalities:
Campaign Accountant Held in Theft of Funds
Watchdog Agencies Spared as Malloy Nails Down Budget Cuts
Ethics Chief Arrives Amid Makeover
R.I. Rep. Leo Medina Is Charged with a Felony
Seattle City Employee to Be Fined for Driving City Car to Casino
Attorney: New Wisconsin ad rules too broad
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