Minnesota: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Minnesota: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

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Oregon: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

South Dakota: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

South Dakota: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Kansas: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Kansas: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Maine: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Maine: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Kentucky: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Kentucky: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Indiana: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Indiana: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Alabama: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Alabama: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Nevada: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Nevada: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Missouri: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Missouri: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

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Virginia: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Virginia: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

New Jersey: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

New Jersey: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Iowa: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Iowa: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Wisconsin: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Wisconsin: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Louisiana: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Louisiana: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

North Dakota: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

North Dakota: Legislative financial disclosure ranking

Louisiana, Mississippi movin’ up; 20 states still flunk

By Caitlin Ginley

Louisiana and Mississippi make great strides in improving disclosure, but nearly half of states still fail.

State ethics update — June 19

By Caitlin Ginley

Here’s our biweekly round-up of recent developments regarding ethics policies in the states. PaperTrail is digging through the news for the

State ethics update — June 5

By Caitlin Ginley

Here’s our biweekly round-up of recent developments regarding ethics policies in the states. PaperTrail is digging through the news for the

Paterson looks to shake up New York ethics laws

By Caitlin Ginley

New York Governor David Paterson announced Tuesday a proposed restructuring of the state ethics commission, following charges that the execu

State ethics update — May 22

By Caitlin Ginley

PaperTrail provides our biweekly round-up of recent action on ethics policies in the states. We’re digging through the news for any potentia

State ethics policies — May 8

By Caitlin Ginley

PaperTrail provides our bi-weekly round-up of recent action on ethics policies in the states. We’re digging through the news for any potenti

State ethics rules — April 27 edition

By Caitlin Ginley

As previously promised, PaperTrail provides you with another round-up of recent action on state ethics policies, including a new bill in Ten

A rundown of new state ethics legislation

By Caitlin Ginley

There’s a flurry of recent activity in state capitals regarding financial-disclosure laws, a subject of ongoing scrutiny by the Center....

Governor Bobby Jindal spins the Center’s work

By Sarah Laskow

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal name-checked the Center for Public Integrity when touting his gubernatorial accomplishments on MSNBC Tuesday

Feds to N.H.: Show me the money

By Sarah Laskow

Since 2003, the feds have doled out nearly $3 billion to states to clean up their rickety, chad-hanging electoral systems. Turns out that 49

Missouri ditches limits on campaign contributions

By Sarah Laskow

Starting in August, Missouri politicians can accept checks as big as they want, from whomever they want, whenever they want. Republican Gove

Congress moves to curb abuses by advisory councils

By Jim Morris and Marina Walker Guevara

Federal watchdogs target secrecy, industry influence by "fifth branch of government"

A science panel's curious end

By Marina Walker Guevara

How a critical advisory group got sidelined by two administrations

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