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Tennessee Capitol Building - Ichabod

The 111th Tennessee General Assembly adjourned May 2 after a nearly four-month session. During the session, Senate Bill 234 passed requiring any multicandidate political campaign committee registering a new committee to pay the appropriate registration fee. The fee is due […]

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Maine Capitol Building

Gov. Janet Mills recently signed two lobbying bills and one campaign finance bill into law. Legislative Document 76 bans future lawmakers from any paid lobbying within their first year out of office beginning with the 130th Legislature. Legislative Document 825 […]

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Colorado Capitol Building

The 72nd Colorado General Assembly adjourned sine die on May 3 after 120 legislative days. During the session, House Bill 1007 passed creating contribution limits under the Fair Campaign Practices Act for county office candidates. Additionally, Senate Bill 68 passed […]

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Ohio's Current Congressional Map

A three-judge federal panel unanimously ruled Ohio’s gerrymandered congressional district map unconstitutional under the First and 14th Amendments. On behalf of the League of Women Voters, the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio filed the suit. The suit claimed the […]

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Hawaii Capitol Building

The 30th Hawaii Legislature adjourned sine die on May 2 after 60 legislative days in session. During the session, House Bill 165 passed adding a new registration and reporting requirement for noncandidate committees. Committees that do not intend to receive […]

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The Public Affairs Council surprises us with a gift!

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The results are in for the walking challenge

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July 27, 2012  •  

Ready Set Walk Update

As the challenge comes to an end, the competition rises

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State and Federal Communications attends public relations program in Akron

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July 23, 2012  •  

Ready, Set, Walk!

The Public Affairs Council challenges State and Federal Communications

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Governors gather for annual meeting, discuss issues among states

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July 6, 2012  •  

Obama Tours Ohio

President Obama campaigns his way through Northern Ohio

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As the time for holiday cheer approaches, Americans partake in festivities

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June 27, 2012  •  

A Colorful Contrast

State and Federal Communications works with Keep Akron Beautiful and Downtown Akron Partnership

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