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February 15, 2012  •  

Latest News in Ethics Oversight

Here is a look at what has appeared in the last few days from the state ethics commissions:

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January 9, 2012  •  

North Carolina Lobbyist Fine Overturned

Portions of Lobbying Law Found Ambiguous As Applied

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November 28, 2011  •  

North Carolina Session Convenes

Session to Adjourn Tuesday

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Affirms Lower Court Ruling

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Schedules Special Session in September

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Pay-to-Play Legislation Working Way Through North Carolina House

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New Ethics Code Concerns Free Tickets to Events

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Not Prohibited Under Law

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Lobbyists are familiar with the gift restrictions, limits, and bans in those jurisdictions where they are registered. There are many states across the country, such as North Carolina and Tennessee, that completely prohibit lobbyists from providing any type of gift or meal to a legislator. However, many of these states have exceptions to their rules when legislators are attending national conferences, such as the National Conference of State Legislatures’ Annual Legislative Summit.

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