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March 11, 2014 4:47 PM

M.D. Boyd: Foothill legislators enjoyed Maui on lobbyists’ dime

Letting lobbyists and business executives wine and dine lawmakers at one of Maui’s finest resorts raises a red flag for advocates of good government. This should stop. Legislation is needed to provide greater scrutiny of nonprofit conferences.

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