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Summary:
This report highlights examples from Florida, Kansas, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maine, and Wisconsin where governors have sold the public interest to private firms.
Subject:
Corporations, Lobbying, Government Contracts and Procurement, Campaign Finance
Year:
2014
Source:
Center for Media and Democracy
Summary:
This bill prohibits state employees or officers from engaging or being employed as a lobbyist within two years following the date of resignation or expiration of a term. The provisions in this bill apply to...
Subject:
Lobbying
Year:
2013
Source:
Kansas Legislature
Summary:
This act makes amendments to the provisions of law which permit certain dairy production facilities and swine production facilities to be established in counties under the Kansas Corporate Farming Law. The...
Subject:
Agriculture and Forestry, Zoning, Zoning, Agriculture and Forestry
Year:
2012
Source:
Kansas Legislature
Summary:
Prohibits willfully misclassifying workers as independent contractors in order to avoid tax withholding.
Subject:
Temporary and Contingent Workers
Year:
2011
Source:
Kansas Legislature
Summary:
This act provides that certain students are entitled to exemption from nonresident tuition and fees at state institutions of higher education and provides such students access to state financial aid....
Subject:
School Funding, School Funding, Higher Education, Services, Benefits, and Programs
Year:
2004
Source:
Kansas Legislature