The vast majority of state lawmakers across the country have employment or income sources outside their legislative duties, raising the potential for conflicts of interest when they vote on policies. A review of lawmakers' financial disclosure forms and legislative actions by the Center for Public Integrity and Associated Press found numerous instances in which lawmakers supported bills that benefited their employers, industries or even their personal finances.

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