Babysitting? 'Hush' Payments? Legal Expenses? The Appropriate (and Inappropriate) Uses of Campaign Funds
Amber Maltbie served as a panelist for "Babysitting? 'Hush' Payments? Legal Expenses? The Appropriate (and Inappropriate) Uses of Campaign Funds" during the 41st Annual Council for Governmental Ethics Laws (COGEL) Conference in Chicago, IL on December 16, 2019. Amber discussed the use of campaign funds, including the specific state level trend to legalize the use of campaign funds for childcare while campaigning.
The COGEL Conference is the top destination for learning what's new in the fields of campaign finance, governmental ethics, elections, lobbying and freedom of information. This program included 45+ educational breakout sessions focused on cutting-edge and emerging topics led by over 125 engaging experts.