May 31, 2013 •
Here are highlights from the latest edition of News You Can Use:
From the States and Municipalities:
Connecticut – Despite Corruption, Campaign Reform in Jeopardy
Massachusetts – Former Cahill Aide, Goldman Banker Fined $100,000
Missouri – KC Council Approves New Ethics Code
North Carolina – Questions Raised over Campaign Checks at Center of Sweepstakes Probe
Vermont – Shumlin: Deal was meant to help
Washington – Olympia Lobbyists Pamper Lawmakers with Free Meals
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