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2011-426
2011-400
2011-220
2011-195
2010-830
2010-823A company owned by the brother-in-law of the Lt. Gov. is prohibited from entering into contracts with the Division of Administration.
2010-771A company owned by the immediate family members of the Director of Public Works for the City of Mandeville is not prohibited from entering into subcontracts with a City contractor since they own less than 25% of the company.
2010-749Ethics issues involving the Village of McNary
2010-678Fire Chief and board member of the Fire District Board is prohibited from participating in a Volunteer Incentive Pay Program.
2010-677Code of Ethics does not prohibit a teacher with the Vernon Parish School Board from running for a seat on the Vernon Parish School Board.
2010-676PSC member not prohibited from serving on the board of a nonprofit that receives a financial donation from a company regulated by the PSC.
2010-645
2010-621
2010-617
2010-611Charges against Lambert Boisiere
2010-595charges against Eddie Sapir
2010-594Charges against Leo Miller
2010-593Charges against Leroy "Roy" Scott
2010-592Charges against Bruce McCarthy
2010-322The Board of Directors for the Property Insurance Association of Louisiana (“PIAL”) are not required to file annual personal financial disclosure statements pursuant to Section 1124.2.1 of the Code of Governmental Ethics.
2010-264The Code of Governmental Ethics would not require the Superintendent for the Red River Parish School Board to file a personal financial disclosure statement in her position as the liaison between the school board and the Sales Tax Agency and Tourist Commission.
2010-252The Code of Governmental Ethics would not prohibit a former employee's son’s mechanic shop from transacting business with the St. Landry Parish School Board after the employee's retirement from the school board.
2010-246Lack of standing
2010-245The Code of Governmental Ethics would not prohibit the continued employment of a program manager with BRTTT if she is elected to the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board
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