The corruption scandals of the last few years have profoundly shaken the faith of New Yorkers in their state government. This report examines the system erected by New York's current ethics laws and makes clear recommendations for a way forward.
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Title: Meaningful Ethics Reforms for the New Albany
Publication date 2011-02-11
Publication Year 2011
, John Travis
, Kelly Williams
Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law
North America / United States (Northeastern) / New York
, brennan center
, ethics commission
, contribution limits
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