Local lawmakers got contributions fro...

Local lawmakers got contributions from company under investigation

There are 3 comments on the nwfdailynews.com story from Mar 14, 2013, titled Local lawmakers got contributions from company under investigation. In it, nwfdailynews.com reports that:

Area lawmakers who received campaign contributions from a company being investigated for racketeering and money laundering are quickly distancing from the business, saying these checks don't affect their votes.

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Blountstown, FL

#1 Mar 15, 2013
What the h-ll is new! Dont all crooks accept money for pay offs! Just like the maffia did with Al Cappone.Brings back old times like in the 1920's.

Blountstown, FL

#2 Mar 17, 2013
And if I must say that if a state of florida employee had taken this money the Inspector Generals office would have been on you and fired you in a heart beat for such as this. This is like lobbying for a company and also being part of the legislature and getting paid with our tax money so make up your damn mind who are you going to work for the people of Florida or the company you are lobbying for and this does sound like a serious conflict of interest.

United States

#3 Mar 18, 2013
lot of corruption in government

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