Newsmaker, Aug. 13, 2008: Chris Daly

Lobbyists will not have to wear badges whenever they are talking to city officials. The Board of Supervisors voted 7-4 Tuesday to defeat the proposed legislation that would have required those who are paid to influence City Hall decision-makers to wear identification badges. Supervisor Daly, who introduced the bill, said it was intended to make government more transparent.Bay Area NewsBoard of SupervisorsGovernment & PoliticslobbyistsLocalPolitics

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