Citizens Union has released a “scorecard” of the latest ethics package to pass at the state Capitol, breaking down what was initially proposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and what ultimately became the final product.

In short, a number of changes and alterations were made to Cuomo’s initial five-point plan that called for new outside income disclosure requirements, an overhaul of per diem disbursement and campaign finance measures.

Senate Republicans, in particular, had raised concerns with the effort to have lawyers who are also elected state lawmakers disclose their clients.

That disclosure was ultimately approved, albeit on a prospective basis and lawmakers can apply for exemptions.

Here’s the full analysis:

CU Scorecard Comparison of Ethics Reform 2015 by Nick Reisman