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Stories you may have missed this week...


Michigan: Marrocco's name emerges in federal corruption probe Macomb Daily

South Carolina: In wake of Statehouse corruption probe, lawmaker looks to expand definition of 'lobbyist' Post and Courier

USA: US jury acquits Peruvian defendant in FIFA bribery case Los Angeles Times

USA: House Intelligence chairman working on 'corruption' report in FBI: Washington Post The Hill 

China: China's Communist Party to discuss amending constitution, graft fight Reuters

Haiti: Haiti's ex-prime minister banned from travel amid corruption probe Business Insider

Israel: Netanyahu Allies Try to Curb Police as Corruption Probes Wrap Up Bloomberg

Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia releases corruption detainees, others to stand trial: report Reuters

Zimbabwe: Will Mnangagwa deliver on promise to tackle corruption? Al Jazeera

Snowing and Towing in Montréal:

The Inspector General's Fight against Collusion in Two Industries

As the weather gets colder, make sure you read one of CAPI's latest Community Contributions all about snow. In this publication, Montréal’s Office of Inspector General discusses its first major challenge as a new oversight body: significant corruption within the snow removal operations and towing industries in the City. Read the brief to find out how the OIG won this critical fight against collusion and fraud. You can find the full publication here

This brief was made possible thanks to the generous support of the Laura and John Arnold Foundation.   

This Season's Most Sought-After Gift:
Fighting Corruption

With only three days left of our year-end campaign, #DeterIdentifyCombat, we have surpassed our goal of $20,000 and we are trying to reach our new goal of $25,000! Every dollar received for the next three days up to $25,000 will be matched 100% by our Advisory Board. As an active CAPI community member, please make your contribution before the end of 2017!

Please join me and add your support today with a gift of at least $75 to help us reach our goal of $20,000 by December 31st. Gifts of any size make a huge impact and help sustain our work.

You can donate to CAPI online through the Columbia Law School Giving Website. In the drop down menu, choose "the Fund for the School of Law - Dean's Discretionary Gift" and in Step 3 under "Payment Information,” specify "Gift for CAPI" in the "special Instructions" box. Please ensure that you state that the donation is for CAPI otherwise your gift may be mistakenly directed to Columbia Law School's Discretionary Fund. Following this, email us at to let us know to expect your gift.
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