Friday, March 16, 2012

State Integrity Investigation - Live Webcast

State Integrity Investigation - Live Webcast
Thursday, March 22 at 2:00 p.m. ET

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Join us for an interactive discussion about the State Integrity Investigation, our latest partnership with Public Radio International and Global Integrity. The project is the culmination of more than a year of unprecedented investigative work in which our reporters were deployed in every state capitol, digging in and uncovering the answers to 330 questions about how their state handles transparency and accountability. 

What did we find?
  • The risk of corruption remains high at state capitols across the country.
  • Not a single state received an “A” on our report card.
  • Some states have few accountability mechanisms, while others have laws on the books that are implemented poorly, if at all.
Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to hear from our reporters and get your questions answered. 

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Umm…integrity…accountability…what are those? Oh you mean those things that are foreign concepts to those that are charged with being our public servant leaders. The lack of integrity and accountability just makes me sick. And while on the topic of integrity and accountability or better stated, a lack thereof, a jurisdiction in Florida is now inadvertently setting itself up for an election fiasco that involves a corrupt judge and several of his co-conspirators...unfortunately it's 100% true and supported by two reports and extensive irrefutable evidence that is in the possession of agencies, including those within Florida's 8th Judicial Circuit (and Chief Judge Martha Lott and Chief Investigator Spencer Mann). The judge, and former prosecutor, at the heart of the issue is David P. Kreider. On a related side-note; regarding public corruption, Florida just ranked as one of the most corrupt states in a highly publicized February 2012 corruption report. The fraud and corruption is both sad and endemic, accountability (and integrity) is sorely needed. You can’t make this stuff up. Take a look at for more information.