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ICPR news update on House Speaker terms by state was cited in this article via The Sauk Valley News “The Illinois General Assembly’s Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability delivered some more sobering news last week. At least, it should be sobering…
ICPR news update on the “cooling off period” policy for public employees was cited in this article via Capitol Fax “39 states require public employees to take a “cooling off” period after leaving the state before engaging in lobbying activities. Of…
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