A package of bills that would reform Delaware's campaign finance and lobbying laws advanced Wednesday in the House and Senate. Two pieces of legislation designed to reveal more information about the groups behind campaign advertisements were approved by the House Administration Committee, and the Senate passed a bill to connect lobbyists to the pieces of legislation they talk about with government officials.
All three bills are endorsed by Gov. Jack Markell's administration and sponsored by Democratic leaders in the General Assembly.
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