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Published by The Commission in Oklahoma City, OK (B-5 State Capitol, Oklahoma City 73105) .
Written in English



  • Oklahoma,
  • Oklahoma.


  • Civil service ethics -- Oklahoma.,
  • Political ethics -- Oklahoma.,
  • Conflict of interests -- Oklahoma.,
  • Lobbying -- Law and legislation -- Oklahoma.,
  • Financial disclosure -- Law and legislation -- Oklahoma.,
  • Oklahoma -- Officials and employees -- Political activity.

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Cover title.

StatementEthics Commission, State of Oklahoma.
ContributionsOklahoma. Ethics Commission.
LC ClassificationsKFO1606.Z9 E87 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination37 p. :
Number of Pages37
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL632942M
LC Control Number96621020

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