An excerpt of Dentons’ Political Law Playbook.
San Francisco Voters To Decide on Anti-Corruption Ballot Measure – Last month, the San Francisco Ethics Commission voted to place a package of anti-corruption matters on the March 2024 election ballot that would tighten conflict of interest laws, prohibit certain gift-giving and bribery, and implement additional ethics training. The proposed revisions to gift rules could have implications for city contractors and those engaged in procurement activities, and generally would be targeted at increasing transparency and decreasing pay-to-play tactics used to secure favorable treatment from city officials.
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