The state House unveiled its latest plan for ethics reform Monday by adding new limits on lobbyist spending on committees and delegations, sending one of this year’s top issues back to the Senate with two days remaining in the legislative session.
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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has covered the push for ethics reform every step of the way with investigative reporting looking into how our public officials interact with lobbyists, where the system fails and how other states have done it better. As the Legislature wrestles with how to overhaul the system, the AJC will continue to provide in-depth coverage you will not find anywhere else.