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Trump Appointee Is a Saudi Government Lobbyist” by Carrie Levine for Center for Public Integrity


‘Give Me a Chance,’ Trump Associate-Turned-Housing-Official Says” by Yamiche Alcindor for New York Times

E.P.A. Official Pressured Scientist on Congressional Testimony, Emails Show” by Coral Davenport for New York Times

FBI Has Questioned Trump Campaign Adviser Carter Page at Length in Russia Probe” by Devlin Barrett for Washington Post

Florida: “For Those Suspected of Corruption Elsewhere, South Florida Still a Magnet” by Kyra Gurney for Miami Herald

Michigan: “Marijuana Licensing Board Members Must Disclose Their Finances – but What Will Be Public?” by Paul Egan for Detroit Free Press

New York: “Yankee Stadium Charity Is Called into Question” by Micah Hauser for New York Times

Vermont: “Feds Looking into Jane Sanders Over Real Estate Deal” by Wilson Ring (Associated Press) for Burlington Free Press


‘It’s the End of Small Talk in Washington’” by Daniel Lippman and John Harris for Politico Magazine

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Tuesday’s Government Relations and Ethics News

Lobbying Arkansas: “Arkansas Panel Advises Limit to Pot Lobbyists’ Pay” by Brian Fanney for Arkansas Online Canada: “Commissioner’s Report Indicates Continued on Next Page

Summit County United Way Day of Action

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Hawaii Governor Signs Ethics and Lobbying Bills into Law

On Thursday, June 22, Gov. David Ige signed three bills amending state lobbying and ethics laws. Among other things, the Continued on Next Page

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