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AG Pam Bondi Keeps Us Guessing

By Lou Saboter

It was reported on July 7, 2011 that Pam Bondi amended her financial disclosure forms to make up for a $15,961 gap in liabilities. 99 more words

Journal Of Public Corruption

Public Records Request

July 24, 2014

Public Records Office
Washington State Liquor Control Board
P.O. Box 43078
Olympia, WA 98504-3078

Dear Public Records Office ,

Pursuant to the state open records law, Wash. 227 more words

Initiative 502

Kennedy calls for probe in letter to LSPRS director; cowardly legislators throw staffer under bus on Edmonson amendment

State Treasurer John Kennedy has forwarded a two-page letter to the executive director of the Louisiana State Police Retirement System (LSPRS) that itemizes 13 questions Kennedy said need to be addressed concerning the $55,000 per year pension increase awarded State Police Superintendent Mike Edmonson in the closing minutes of the recent legislative session. 2,034 more words

Governor's Office

New Recorder Fails To Comply With Sunshine Law, Florida Working With Mayor To Stonewall

In my Wednesday email to members of St. Louis Democratic City Central Committee, I wrote:

The new Recorder of Deeds has had seven business days to produce copies of thirteen checks from the Recorder’s technology and Preservation Fund. 159 more words

Ed McFowland

Guest columnist critiques Edmonson performance on radio show; we're seeking email, texts on retirement amendment

Editor’s note:

The following is a guest column offered by Baton Rouge teacher Fred Aldrich who, along with thousands of others, listened Monday as Superintendent of State Police Mike Edmonson appeared on the Jim Engster Show to defend the amendment tacked onto an unrelated bill on the final day of the legislative session which will give Edmonson an additional $55,000 (not $30,000 as first reported—we’ll explain at the end of Aldrich’s guest column) upon his retirement—a nice bonus unique to Edmonson and one other state trooper. 1,814 more words

Governor's Office

Italy Gives Google Deadline to Change Data-Use Policies

An Italian data-regulation official told Google it has 18 months to change how it stores users’ information.

Italy is one of several European countries that have been jointly investigating Google’s consolidation of 60 different privacy policies into one last year, Reuters reports. 174 more words

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