California Democrats allow transparency bill to die in Assembly

State integrity news for California, from the Sacramento Bee:

Legislation touted by supporters as a way to increase lawmakers' transparency and accountability, partly by publishing member-by-member monthly spending reports, died Tuesday in the Assembly Elections and Redistricting Committee.

Republicans on the committee supported AB 1730 Tuesday, but Democrats voted against the bill, were absent, or did not vote.

Read the rest of the story at the Sacramento Bee.

 

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