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News:

New York City: Dean Skelos gets five years for corruption NY Times

Louisiana: House lawmakers vote to defund state inspector general's office to plug budget gap WDSU News

Los Angeles: Profit at a SoCal NonProfit? LA Magazine (see also CAPI's interview with the article's author, Jeff Gottlieb)

Philadelphia: Pennsylvania FBI Sting: Prelude to more arrests? ABC News

Detroit: Key figure in school corruption pleads guilty AP

Australia: Prime Minister Turnbull named in Panama Papers Financial Review

Brazil: Men in line for Brazilian presidency also accused of corruption NBC New York


Scholarship:

Importing corruption culture from overseas: Evidence from corporate tax evasion in the United States Journal of Financial Economics
Other Views:

The US government's new anticorruption proposals: A cause for cynicism, optimism, or both? Global Anticorruption Blog

Corruption can no longer be viewed as a developing world problem The Guardian
 
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Profile in Public Integrity

Heather Holt
Executive Director of the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission

Now in her sixth year as Executive Director at the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission, Heather Holt has dedicated her career to enforcing ethics in America's second largest city. We spoke with Holt about her experience so far and her plans for the office. 
 
Corruption Without Borders

Executive Director Jennifer Rodgers talks corruption on GloboTV

On Tuesday, Executive Director Rodgers spoke with GloboTV's Sem Fronteiras (Without Borders) about ongoing corruption scandals in the United States. 

 
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