Glenn Coffee & Associates staff works diligently to stay up-to-date on government rules and regulations, attending dozens of agency, board and commission meetings each year. Our newsletter shares the latest in ethics and administrative rules, and commentary on how it will affect your business.

Sep 20, 2019

The Ethics Commission may soon significantly change the administrative process of assessing fees for late filings.
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Sep 20, 2019

At its Sept. 13, 2019, meeting, the Ethics Commission voted to move forward with an advisory opinion request from state Sen. Nathan Dahm regarding whether virtual currencies can be used for campaign donations.
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Aug 20, 2019

On July 25, the State Board of Education held its regularly scheduled meeting, at which the new Board met for the first time.
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Aug 20, 2019

Two state questions are currently trying to make their way onto the ballot.
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Aug 20, 2019

On Aug. 12, the Ethics Commission added a post to its website seeking a general counsel for the agency.
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Aug 20, 2019

The Ethics Commission swore in two new Commissioners at its Aug. 8 meeting.
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Jul 12, 2019

On July 9, 2019, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed a decision of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York which found President Donald J. Trump violated the First Amendment when he blocked certain users’ access to his Twitter account.
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Jul 12, 2019

In September 2018, the Ethics Commission was named as the defendant in a lawsuit filed by the Institute for Justice.
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Jul 12, 2019

The June 14, 2019, meeting of the Ethics Commission was the last meeting for Commissioner Karen Long, the House’s appointee, and Commissioner John Hawkins, the Senate’s appointee. Commissioner Long had served two five-year terms, and Commissioner Hawkins had served one five-year term.
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Jul 12, 2019

The ongoing battle with the Legislature over the Commission’s funding took a new twist at the Ethics Commission’s June meeting.
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