Stopping Nebraska’s revolving door from government to lobbyist

Written by Jack Gould on February 12, 2017

Nebraska’s revolving door has been turning at the state level for decades. Elected officials serve the people one day and then step through the revolving door and serve special interests the next.

Both the official and the special interest recognize the economic advantages of teaming up for private gain.

Read more at the Omaha World Herald.

Office: Common Cause Nebraska

Issues: Ethics, Ethics

Tags: Revolving Door

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