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Nine Cleveland-area doctors have filed a lawsuit in a Cleveland federal court challenging an Ohio law which says they cannot make political contributions to the Ohio Attorney General or local county prosecutors if they treat patients on Medicaid.

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Unions and corporations in Michigan are allowed to pool funds for independent expenditures under an agreement reached between Secretary of State Land and the Michigan Chamber of Commerce.

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Today, September 8, 2010 marks the 36th anniversary of a moment that many Americans do not recall and those that do, perhaps, wish they didn’t.

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It is well known that direct lobbying efforts are regulated in some manner in all fifty states. A growing trend among the states is to not only require registration and reporting for direct lobbying, but also more indirect efforts.

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The latest news on the bill to fix the Citizens’ Election Program in Connecticut.

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Nola Werren, Esq., a Client Specialist at State and Federal Communications, Inc., manages the company’s C³ Consulting Services.

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Legislature May Change the Election Code in Special Session This Month

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