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Political Science Study Identifies States with Lowest Level of Corruption Convictions of Government Employees

Reid Wilson of the Washington Post has this article about a study by political scientists John Mikesell and Cheol Liu of corruption convictions of state employees. The study covers 1976 through 2008 and finds that Oregon has the lowest rate of convictions of state employees. Thanks to Dan Tokaji for the link.

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  1. Demo Rep

    How about ALL of the minority rule gerrymander regimes which are ALL totally corrupt ???

    How much UN-detected CORRUPTION — i.e. getting the LOOT from the NET Tax Slaves (who pay more in taxes than they get back from taxes) ???


    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

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