Most state officials can no longer use their campaign funds to purchase memberships at the Capital City Club and other private dinner clubs. But legislators are unaffected by the new ruling.
Most state officials can no longer use their campaign funds to purchase memberships at the Capital City Club and other private dinner clubs. But legislators are unaffected by the new ruling. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate
Most state officials can no longer use their campaign funds to purchase memberships at the Capital City Club and other private dinner clubs. But legislators are unaffected by the new ruling. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate

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