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Former Columbus Fire Chief Harmon 'Duke' Dutko dies at 83
Harmon "Duke" Dutko, remembered by Columbus firefighters as one of the most likable fire chiefs in the division's history, died Sunday.
Appeals court judge accepts $11000 from lawyers in pending cases
“It's a terribly written decision,” Dutko said. “Basically, (Pulliam) is ... While Texas law does not prohibit contributions to judges from attorneys or parties involved in pending court cases, the issue is frequently cited as a major flaw with our ...
Dutko can't keep up in Dems' town
For almost 30 years, the Dutko brand has thrived on K Street, surviving the death of its namesake and prospering in an ever-shifting political environment.
Dutko Worldwide open for business in Jacksonville
They have been working together so long it's gotten to the point they sometimes finish each other's sentences. That's how Jim Horne and Georgia McKeown describe their 15-year professional relationship.
Con Man's Lobbying Dream Team Included Will McKinley
With his fraudulent viatical company Mutual Benefits coming under fire from state regulators, convicted felon Joel Steinger decided he needed to buy the influence of the state legislature. To do that he first purchased the people who had their ears ...
Mormon-Run PAC Aims to Broaden Its Reach
There are plenty of wealthy Mormons with a history of political contributions, including brothers J. Willard and Richard Marriott of the hotel family, who last year gave more than $380,000 to Romney's state-based PACs. But most Mormons don't ... Bill ...
Lackawanna County Court Notes 12/5/2015
Lexicon Government Services LLC, to Joseph and Sara O'Connell; a property at 107 Crestwood Lane, Archbald, for $254,000.
Q4 lobbying revenues - K St. on the upswing — Top Q4 lobbying spenders ...
“Ben is a thoughtful, savvy communicator with considerable experience taking on complex policy issues happening at the state and federal levels,” AHIP President and CEO Karen Ignagni said. “This experience will be a tremendous asset to our team, and we ...
Owner of Former Pill Mill Arrested on Charges of Pill Trafficking and Manslaughter
The owner of a now defunct South Florida pain clinic and a former physician of the clinic are facing multiple charges stemming from the trafficking of Oxycodone.
State v. Parrish Henderson, sentenced to one year's probation through APA and a one-year driver's license suspension.