Showing content tagged with seattle ethics and elections commission
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Thumbnail for - Ethics Commission Rejects Anti-Parks District Complaint
Jul 24, 2014
City Hall
The Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission rejects a complaint alleging that city council members and the Seattle Channel advocated for parks in violation of city ethics law.
Thumbnail for - Extra Fizz: Politicking, Public Disclosure, and Pre-K
May 2, 2014
Extra Fizz
Friday Fizz: Ethics Complaint Dismissed, Public Disclosure Requests Examined, and "Early Education" Redefined
Thumbnail for - Public Campaign Finance Plan Is Moving Forward
Mar 15, 2013
City Hall
The city's elections commission votes next week on a public campaign-finance recommendation to the council.
Thumbnail for - City May Create New Protections for Whistleblowers
Jan 11, 2013
City Hall
The city could create new protections for employees who allege retaliation for blowing the whistle on government misconduct.
Thumbnail for - One Question for WA Bus Founder Thomas Goldstein
Sep 5, 2012
City Hall
The city's ethics commission dings Washington Bus founder Thomas Goldstein for making a contribution under a (hilarious) false name, using a (hilarious) false address.
Thumbnail for - Reinstate Limits on Care and Eliminate Guaranteed Coverage
May 3, 2012
Morning Fizz
Thursday Edition. Caffeinated News & Gossip.
Thumbnail for - Panel Places New Restrictions on City Campaign Finance
Apr 5, 2012
City Hall
A new interpretation of city campaign-finance law will restrict the amount candidates can raise from some donors for their reelection campaigns. Image via fitsnews.com.
Thumbnail for - Ethics Ruling Could Impact Mayor's Race
Mar 29, 2012
2013 Election
An upcoming ruling by the city's ethics commission could have implications for potential candidates in the 2013 mayor's race.
Thumbnail for - Council Member O'Brien: Despite Study, Influence of Money In City Races Hasn't Diminished
Feb 22, 2012
City Hall
City Council member Mike O'Brien says the influence of money in city council races is as pervasive as ever.
Thumbnail for - City Employees Punished for Giving Selves, Family Members Breaks on Utility Bills
Dec 2, 2011
City Hall
Several Seattle city employees are sanctioned for giving themselves and family members sweet deals on their utility payments.
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