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The journey of Margaret Anderson Kelliher

While serving in the Legislature, Margaret Anderson Kelliher used a Bush Foundation fellowship to spend one semester at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and another at MIT. It was hanging around MIT’s Sloan School of Management that enlightened her to the promise of technology for creating high-wage jobs and a climate of innovation.

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Calling the shots on campaigns

The Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board (CFPD) has become a busy place over the past year as the full weight of the Legislature’s 2010 campaign spending laws led organizations supporting the state’s marriage amendment to come out swinging against disclosure.

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What makes a good lobbyist?

As the Legislature begins work again next year a constant presence will be lobbyists. Condemned, reviled, lambasted and occasionally crucified, lobbyists see themselves as a key component in the democratic process, the paid and unpaid petitioners to legislators and the governor.

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