July 6, 2012 •
News You Can Use Digest – July 6, 2012
Assets Offshore Raise Romney Wealth Questions
Do Election Laws Encourage Attack Ads in Campaigns?
From the States and Municipalities:
Ex-Arizona Lawmaker Files $10 Million Claim against Phoenix
Gessler Hit with Another Campaign Finance Lawsuit – But This One He May Actually Like
Delaware Business to Pay $500,000 in Campaign Probe
New Ethics Policy Toughens Rules for Lobbying Orange School Leaders
Wrigley Renovation Plans Stalled by Political Flap
Sports Tickets Banned as Gifts for Baltimore County Elected Officials
Cap on Michigan Campaign Donations Survives Challenge
Missouri Election Season Arrives without Ethics Law
Oklahoma Ethics Commission Considers Blackout Period for Filing Complaints
South Carolina Governor Cleared in Ethics Inquiry
Tim Burchett Subpoenas News Sentinel for Visitor Records, Surveillance Videos
Ruling Blocks Utah Ethics Initiative from Ballot
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