Ethics panel: Lawmakers must wait for Patriots jobs

Kaplan, David; Resnick, Amy B.
January 1999
Bond Buyer;01/25/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30564, p4
Trade Publication
States that the Connecticut State Ethics Committee is warning public officials who played a part in the $375 million New England Patriots stadium deal that they should wait at least one year before taking a job with the National Football League team. Need for more public confidence in the integrity of the Patriots' project.


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