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Many Votes by Citizen Legislators Have Personal Benefit

“State lawmakers around the country have introduced and supported policies that directly and indirectly help their own businesses, their employers and sometimes their personal finances,” according to an analysis by the Center for Public Integrity and the Associated Press. “The [...]
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