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Bay State's Public Integrity? We're Number Ten!

The Center for Public Integrity has released its State Integrity 2015 scorecard (tip o’ the pixel to AlterNet), “a comprehensive assessment of state government accountability and transparency done in partnership with… 76 more words

NY State Dept. of Health's manipulation and deceit

Manipulative and deceitful behavior by New York State Department of Health officials Mark Kissinger and David Hoffman will help you understand why the Center for Public Integrity recently gave New York a D-minus in a recent ranking of states and corruption. 502 more words

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Public-records reform: Start with weak tea; add water

Judging from the tone of coverage, it’s hard to tell whether the Massachusetts House’s unanimous approval of public-records reform legislation Wednesday was a step forward or a setback. 331 more words


Audits and Oregon's Integrity Ranking

The Center for Public Integrity recently issued a report that assessed the systems in place to deter corruption in state government. The report offers a different perspective on some of the issues in the sphere of an auditor’s work. 1,014 more words


Pennsylvania Ranks 4th in Public Access to Info

Earlier this week, the Center for Public Integrity published the results of its 2015 State Integrity Investigation. Each state was ranked in a variety of categories ranging from Political Financing and Electoral Oversight to Procurement and Internal Auditing. 492 more words

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Ohio Gets D+ On Integrity Report

CLEVELAND (CBS Cleveland) — A new report on integrity in the United States has given Ohio a D+. And as if that wasn’t alarming enough, the state’s grade was considered the sixth best among 50 states, as reported by… 302 more words


Matt Bevin Elected Governor of Kentucky, Only the 2nd Republican Governor in 4 Decades

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) UPDATED at 8:09: Matt Bevin elected governor of Kentucky, only the 2nd Republican governor in four decades.

The campaign for Kentucky governor concludes Tuesday as voters elect someone to replace a two-term Democrat in a race that has turned on health insurance for 500,000 people, marriage licenses for same-sex couples and public education for preschool children. 178 more words