October 16, 2014 •
Pay-to-Play Bill Awaiting Pennsylvania Governor’s Approval
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives approved a bill Wednesday to curtail pay-to-play politics in state contracts.
House Bill 201 prohibits state employees from evaluating contract proposals submitted by companies they worked for during the previous two years.
The legislation has been sent to Gov. Tom Corbett for his signature.
Photo of the Pennsylvania State Capitol by ThePlaz on Wikimedia Commons.
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