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Previously:

Kander (D) and Flook (r): ethics reform legislation in Jefferson City (December 14, 2009)

Kander (D) and Flook (r): ethics reform legislation in Jefferson City, part 2 (December 15, 2009)

Kander (D) and Flook (r): ethics reform legislation in Jefferson City, part 3 (December 16, 2009)

Kander (D) and Flook (r): ethics reform legislation in Jefferson City, part 4 (December 22, 2009)

Representative Jason Kander (D): Missouri ethics reform pop quiz (March 15, 2010)

Representative Jason Kander (D), via Twitter, on the state of ethics reform legislation today in Jefferson City:

I’m in House Rules committee where they are finally discussing the ethics bill. Will they send it to the floor?     about 4 hours ago  via Echofon  

Delaying a bipartisan ethics bill to make it partisan is exactly the kind of politics I hoped to avoid this year.     about 4 hours ago  via Echofon  

Rules cmmte is ground zero for the “cold feet” illness sweeping the Capitol. Ethics reform heads back to cmmte. Absurd.     about 4 hours ago  via Echofon  

Despite obstacles such as today, we’ve gotten pretty far on ethics reform. Redoubling my efforts in the last 3 wks of session.     about 1 hour ago  via HootSuite  

Tony Messenger of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, via Twitter:

According to @jasonkander, House rules committee sent ethics bill back to its House committee. Doesn     about 4 hours ago  via TweetDeck  

Oops, didn’t finish typing. Doesn’t bode well for ethics bill.     about 4 hours ago  via TweetDeck  

Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.