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The Legislature is not meeting this week because of the winter storm in the Carolinas. Most legislative meetings are also canceled. Gov. Nikki Haley declared a state of emergency on Tuesday, January 28, as light sleet began falling on the […]

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The bipartisan Senate Select Committee on Ethics has issued its final report and recommendations on an ethics bill to be considered during the start of next week’s legislative session. House Bill 3945 already has 54 pending Senate amendments and will […]

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Campaign and lobbyist reporting would be expanded

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Lobbying definitions and fees would expand

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Special Primary Scheduled for March 19, 2013

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House District 17 vacated by newly elected state senator

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Governor and lieutenant governor to be on same ticket

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Independent commission to recommend changes in 2013

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June 18, 2012  •  

News from the Ethics Commissions

Take a look at these articles from four states:

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April 12, 2012  •  

Governors and Ethics

Here are news articles about two state governors and a former governor facing campaign finance issues:

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Dates set to fill vacated seat

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Special election to be called

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Former Illinois Governor Rod Bagojevich will serve out his sentence in a prison near Denver, Colorado. Ethics reform in Missouri is up in the air, and New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez signed legislation that “could require public officials convicted of corruption-related crimes to give back to the state their salaries and forfeit their accrued state pension benefits.”

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February 22, 2012  •  

Lobbying News in the States

Here is a look at news items in four states:

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