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McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008
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McTigue ALEC Presentation 2008

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At the 2008 American Legislative Exchange Council, Maurice McTigue and Jerry Brito presented their research on transparency and accountability to state legislators.

At the 2008 American Legislative Exchange Council, Maurice McTigue and Jerry Brito presented their research on transparency and accountability to state legislators.

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