Tuesday, August 27, 2013

DuPage Ethics 102 - Pay to Play

For the latest news coverage on Pay to Play the Daily Herald writes:

If DuPage County Board members allow themselves to accept more money from campaign donors doing or seeking county government work, it won't be because an existing cap on contributions is unenforceable, according to a government watchdog group.

The county board is expected to vote Tuesday night on a list of revisions to DuPage's ethics law. One of those proposed changes deals with the amount of campaign contributions county board members and the county board chairman can receive.
You can read the full story, here.
For past coverage see below:
You can read the full story from the Daily Herald here.

You can read David Morrison's statement here.

The minutes from the August 13 Ethics meeting can be found here.

The state law on vendors is the Pay-to-Play provision of the state's Procurement Code, and it prohibits vendors and bidders from giving any money to the statewide executive officer who ultimately oversees the contract. 

Stop pay to play in DuPage County.  Let your voice be heard and give public comment at our next meeting on Tuesday August 27th at 7:00 pm. The address is 421 North County Farm Road Wheaton, IL 60187. C

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