Rush, Meleah
November 2001
IRE Journal;Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p22
Presents an investigative reporting by the Center for Public Integrity on conflicts of interest of state legislators in the United States. How issues on conflict-of-interest were reported; Categories of information that could be obtained from disclosure forms in states; Impact of the research on conflicts of interest conducted by the Center. INSETS: From the Field;Looking Out For No. 1.


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