JCOPE

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JCOPEJoint Commission on Public Ethics (New York)
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"As a result of JCOPE's professional and thorough approach it was able to understand and appreciate the actual work that the architects and engineers perform and their necessary interactions with various government agencies.
JCOPE's chair, Daniel Horwitz, said the opinion is a "reasonable regulation of speech."
In fact, I find this all somewhat ironic, because the press--the Fourth Estate--has itself been considered the watchdog of government long before JCOPE ever existed.
Broadly speaking, any attempt to influence the decision of public officials may be deemed lobbying and so a pre-filing with the City Clerk, with the State Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE), or with both, could be required for almost any project.
John Ceretto called for the resignation of Assemblyman Vito Lopez, and asked assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver to step down after the release of The Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) report detailing alleged sexual misconduct of Lopez toward members of his female staff and a cover-up by Silver.