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"… ash sites and who responded, representing states such as Indiana, Florida, Oklahoma, and Arizona. Many of the citizens said they volunteer for environmental g …"

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"… ral government.Republican Sens. Charles Grassley of Iowa and Tom Coburn of Oklahoma recently asked all the inspectors what sort of cooperation they were getti …"

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"… J.C. Watts Companies — which is named for a former congressman and star Oklahoma Sooners quarterback. Baird has bundled $210,300 for the National Republica …"

"… can Senatorial Committee, Rep. Jeb Hensarling of Texas, Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma, and Sen. Jim DeMint of South Carolina. He represents influential clients …"

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"… ency hasn’t been completely changed,” Republican Senator Tom Coburn of Oklahoma said at the hearing.She is being reassigned to the office of Robert Hale, …"

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"… also worked as an aide to former Republican Congressman J.C. Watts Jr. of Oklahoma and for the American Legislative Exchange Council, a conservative gro …"

Mum’s His Word

By Jim Morris

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"… res on the November ballot failed in a number of states (Nevada, Missouri, Oklahoma, and possibly Montana). Do you plan to provide similar financial support i …"

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"… nt that featured, among others, U.S. Senator Tom Coburn, a Republican from Oklahoma; political activist Howard Rich, the organization’s chairman; and John T …"

Showdown In The West

By Jim Morris and Josh Israel

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"… nsuccessful attempts to put similar measures before voters in Missouri and Oklahoma.In California, the biggest donor after Rich is Howard Ahmanson, Jr., a med …"

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"… o put takings initiatives on the ballots in three other states: Nevada and Oklahoma, where state supreme courts found the measures to violate single-subject r …"

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"… that Diminish Property Value”Status: Proponents did not submit petitions.Oklahoma: State Question 729“The Protect Our Homes Initiative”Read the ful …"

"… t of the ballot initiativeSee who financed the “Yes” efforts Oklahomans in Action C1-R 01 31 06 Schedule A.pdfOklahomans in Action C1-R 02 28 06 …"

"… he “Yes” efforts Oklahomans in Action C1-R 01 31 06 Schedule A.pdfOklahomans in Action C1-R 02 28 06 Schedule A.pdfOklahomans in Action C1-R 03 31 06 …"

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"… mployee of Rep. Dale Kildee, D-Mich., appear to have been sent on trips to Oklahoma by the Cherokee Nation during the same week. In 2003, Cherokee Nation Ente …"

"… g the same week. In 2003, Cherokee Nation Enterprises, a subsidiary of the Oklahoma tribe in charge of casinos, was paying Abramoff and his lobbying firm $120 …"

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"… omment about the Thomas office trips.Former Republican Sen. Don Nickles of Oklahoma also reported attending the 2003 conference and that his $2,579 in expense …"

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"… rgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma and South Dakota. In Virginia, nominees are selected by a party caucus and …"

"… de and lobbying organization for the oil industry, before being elected to Oklahoma's Corporation Commission. She also had served as legal counsel for former …"

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"… al, was composed mostly of money from Aubrey K. McClendon, the chairman of Oklahoma-based Chesapeake Energy Corp. Like 21st Century Democrats, the RSLC had no …"

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"… measures were introduced in Indiana, Michigan, Montana, North Carolina and Oklahoma. In Tennessee, a House bill imposing a one-year cooling-off period was def …"

"… h Carolina and Rhode Island introduced or adopted similar restrictions. In Oklahoma, the ethics commission considered, but ultimately rejected, raising the am …"

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"… nor. The bill also would raise the annual lobbyist registration fee to $25.OklahomaIn January, Sen. Debbe Leftwich filed a bill to impose a two-year cooling-o …"

"… period for legislators and other elected state officials. That month, the Oklahoma Ethics Commission considered raising the amount that a lobbyist can spend …"

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"… e not decided until early September.The DSCC also focused its attention on Oklahoma, where Rep. Brad Carson is the Democratic candidate to fill an open Senate …"

"… . Brad Carson is the Democratic candidate to fill an open Senate seat. The Oklahoma Democratic Party has taken in $712,188 from the national parties this year …"

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"… from Playbill Online (ticket prices for paying customers)Texas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Montana and Kansas delegationsNYC Host Committee, NYC & Co., New York …"

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"… ipelines, or offices, including Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota and Oklahoma.While the Senate committee did not officially charge Koch with campaign la …"

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"… h, a Freedom of Information official who works at Tinker Air Force base in Oklahoma, told the Center on Oct. 23. Smith said lawyers for the company and the mi …"

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"… d.In 1970, when he was 18, Spicer was in the United States, bumming around Oklahoma, "fashionably anti-war" in long hair and wearing a shirt made from the Nor …"

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"… chigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, and South Dakota.In addition to calculating total expenditu …"

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"… of ethics statutes punishable by incarcerationFlorida, Hawaii, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee2 states DO have ethics agency and powers provided for i …"

"… essee2 states DO have ethics agency and powers provided for in constitutionOklahoma, Rhode IslandStaff and budget (of 32 outside agencies surveyed)10 states D …"

"… 1997 to 2000.Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Louisiana, Iowa, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Oregon, West Virginia2 of those had negative budgets over three years: Mi …"

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"… ates include Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Iowa, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Oregon and West Virginia. Two state ethics agency budgets — in Missouri …"

Iowa

By The Center for Public Integrity

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"… ates include Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Iowa, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Oregon and West Virginia. Two state ethics agency budgets — in Missouri …"

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"… ates include Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Iowa, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Oregon and West Virginia. Two state ethics agency budgets — in Missouri …"

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