San Francisco Ethics Commission

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The San Francisco Ethics Commission is a public agency tasked with maintaining city bylaws [clarification needed, there is no "city" bylaws, each Board or Commission or policy body has its own bylaws] in San Francisco, California.[1] The commission specifically files and audits campaign finance disclosure statements, handles campaign consultant registration and regulation,[2] they also handle lobbyist registration and regulation along with the filing of officer for statements of economic interest and the administration of the Whistleblower program.[2] Lastly, they mitigate[clarification needed] investigations of ethics complaints, enforce education and training and provide advice and statistical reporting.[2]

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