In the 10 months since The Center launched the State Integrity Investigation  in collaboration with Global Integrity and PRI/Public Radio International, more than 12 states have proposed new legislation or started a reform campaign. Four more states have passed new measures. The latest actions come from Maine and North Dakota. In Maine , legislation to make it unlawful for state officials to leave their jobs andimmediately go to work for industries they regulated – the so-called “revolving door” – is one of several ethics bills expected to be debated this session. And lawmakers in North Dakota  have introduced a package of ethics reform bills that would revamp the state’s oversight of its politicians. Dubbed the Sunshine Act , the measures would create an ethics commission to investigate state officials and would tighten campaign finance reporting rules, among other changes.
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