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Connecticut: Ganim sues for state cash for governor run Connecticut Post

Florida: Bribes to low-paid state worker key to $1 billion Miami Medicare fraud case, prosecutors say Miami Herald

Mississippi: Mississippi Physician to Be Sentenced for Prison Bribery U.S. News & World Report

New York: Why Silver Is Taking A Case He Won To The Supreme Court Law 360 (CAPI Mention)

Pennsylvania: Bob Brady runs Philadelphia Democrats amid run of corruption ABC News

Brazil: Brazil's Temer Secures Votes in House to Avoid Corruption Trial Bloomberg

India: Delhi govt stops funding of 28 DU colleges, Sisodia says can't allow corruption Hindustan Times

South Korea: Samsung Heir, Testifying at His Trial, Denies Bribery Charges New York Times

Spain: Spanish High Court Rejects Extradition of Lawyer Wanted in Brazil Graft Probe New York Times

Assessing Australia's National Integrity Framework:

A New Way Forward

This publication addresses reforms proposed in Australia in response to increating reports of corruption. In particular, the creation of a National Integrity Commission (NIC). If you are interested in learning more about the current anti-corruption agencies in Australia, and the arguments for and against the establishment of a NIC, be sure to check out this Community Contribution. Read the full publication here

Profile in Public Integrity

Melinda M. Miguel 
Former Chief Inspector General, Florida 


Melinda Miguel served as Florida’s Chief Inspector General from 2007-10 and 2011-17, and has also served as an Inspector General for the Florida Department of Elder Affairs, the Florida Department of Education, the Florida Office of the Attorney General, and the Florida State Board of Administration. She is currently the CEO and President of Melinda Miguel Solutions, a management consulting company. Read the interview here

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