- Associated Press - Monday, October 20, 2014

OPELIKA, Ala. (AP) - The ethics charges filed against House Speaker Mike Hubbard on Monday:

Count 1. Accuses Hubbard of using his position as chairman of the Alabama Republican Party to obtain business for his printing company, Craftmaster Printers.

Count 2. Accuses Hubbard of using his position as chairman of the Alabama Republican Party to obtain business for his company, The Auburn Network.

Count 3. Accuses Hubbard of using his position as chairman of the Alabama Republican Party to obtain business for his printing company, Craftmaster Printers.

Count 4. Accuses Hubbard of using his position as chairman of the Alabama Republican Party to obtain business for his company, The Auburn Network.

Count 5. Accuses Hubbard of voting for a bill in the 2013 session with which he had a conflict of interest.

Count 6. Accuses Hubbard as a legislator of improperly soliciting a thing of value from the American Pharmacy Cooperative Inc. The company hired Hubbard to do marketing work.

Count 7. Accuses Hubbard as a legislator of improperly soliciting a thing of value from Southeast Alabama Gas. The company hired Hubbard to do marketing work.

Count 8. Accuses Hubbard, as a state legislator, of being improperly paid to represent Southeast Alabama Gas before the Alabama Department of Commerce.

Count 9. Accuses Hubbard, as a state legislator, of being improperly paid to represent Southeast Alabama Gas before the Alabama governor.

Count 10. Accuses Hubbard of soliciting a lobbyist for a thing of value to benefit his company, The Auburn Network.

Count 11. Accuses Hubbard of using his position in the Alabama Legislature to solicit CV Holdings LLC for a thing of value to benefit his company, The Auburn Network.

Count 12. Accuses Hubbard of improperly taking money to represent CV Holdings before the Alabama Department of Commerce.

Count 13. Accuses Hubbard of improperly taking money to represent CV Holdings before the Alabama governor.

Count 14. Accuses Hubbard of using state email, computer and other public resources to benefit his business.

Count 15. Accuses Hubbard of soliciting political consultant Dax Swatek for an investment in his business, Craftmaster Printers.

Count 16. Accuses Hubbard of soliciting Business Council of Alabama board member Will Brooke for a $150,000 investment in his business, Craftmaster Printers.

Count 17.Accuses Hubbard of soliciting A Sterne Agee investment company lobbyist for a $150,000 investment in his business, Craftmaster Printers.

Count 18. Accuses Hubbard of soliciting Great Southern Wood President Jimmy Rane for a $150,000 investment in his business, Craftmaster Printers.

Count 19. Accuses Hubbard of soliciting Hoar Construction for a $150,000 investment in his business, Craftmaster Printers.

Count 20. Accuses Hubbard of soliciting lobbyist and former Gov. Bob Riley for assistance in obtaining new clients for his company, The Auburn Network.

Count 21. Accuses Hubbard of soliciting lobbyist Minda Riley Campbell, Bob Riley’s daughter, for assistance in obtaining new clients for his company, The Auburn Network.

Count 22. Accuses Hubbard of soliciting Business Council of Alabama President Billy Canary for assistance in obtaining new clients for his company, The Auburn Network.

Count 23. Accuses Hubbard of soliciting Business Council of Alabama board member Will Brooke for assistance in obtaining new clients for his companies, The Auburn Network and Craftmaster Printers.

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