July 9, 2012 •
Monday Campaign Finance News Roundup
“Rules of the Game: Debate Over Corporate Spending Spans Parallel Universes” by Eliza Newlin Carney in Roll Call.
“Exclusive: Campaign donations by text? Not so fast, wireless carriers say” by Alina Selyukh (Reuters) in the Chicago Tribune.
“ESPN scores with political ads” by Tim Mak in Politico.
“Ethics Panel Weighs Whether to Continue Shelley Berkley Case” by Amanda Becker in Roll Call.
Arizona: “72 run under Arizona’s Clean Elections system” by The Associated Press in the Arizona Daily Sun.
Illinois: “Quinn OKs change in campaign finance law” by Chris Wetterich in the State Journal-Register.
New York: “More questions than answers in lawmakers’ financial disclosure forms” by James Odato in the Albany Times Union.
Oregon: “Donors finance Oregon’s initiatives” by Peter Wong in the Statesman Journal.
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