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Washington Post, Oct. ” 30. S. News & World Report, April 17, 1978, “On the record: 31 lawmakers cited by Park 31. ) Advocate, Nov. 3, 1996, “Jenkins, Landrieu in stretch for Senate seat” 33 ALEC REPORT 34 tion rights, ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, and the drive to give the District of Columbia full voting rights in Congress. In 1978, for example, Donna Carlson, a state representative from Arizona who served as ALEC’s first vice chairman, testified on Capitol Hill in opposition to an effort to extend by seven years the time for ratifying the ERA.

NEVADA State legislators may accept gifts from, and take trips paid for by, outside interests; they must disclose those valued at $200 or more. NEW HAMPSHIRE State legislators may accept gifts from outside interests and must disclose those valued at more than $50. They may take trips paid for by outside interests and must disclose travel expenses on a “Report of Expense Reimbursement” form filed with the New Hampshire Ethics Committee. NEW JERSEY State legislators may accept gifts from outside interests and must disclose those valued at more than $250.

Two years ago we started a similar project with the American Legislative Exchange Council,” Wiseman writes. “ALEC is a national organiza- tion made up of legislators from every state as well as some federal legislators who meet and draft ‘model legislation’ for every state. The bean return for that has been enormous! CCHR has worked its way up the conditions at ALEC and recently got an article published by ALEC in opposition to mandated mental-health parity, which went to key state legislators who deal with health issues in their respective states.

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