Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 5, 2015  •  

Monday News Roundup

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Mississippi: “Mississippi Campaign Finance Laws Allow Golden Parachute for Politicians” by Steve Wilson for Mississippi Watchdog

New Mexico: “AG: Office’s legal counsel off-limits to secretary of state” by Steve Terrell for Santa Fe New Mexican


Alabama: “GOP Lawmaker Challenges Hubbard for Alabama House Speaker” by Kyle Whitmire for

Georgia: “Investigators’ Report Finds ‘Appalling Corruption’ in DeKalb, Calls on CEO to Resign” by David Allison for Atlanta Business Chronicle

Michigan: “Rep. Tinsley-Talabi Linked to Detroit Corruption Case” by Robert Snell for Detroit News


How Bernie Sanders Would Transform the Nation” by David Fahrenthold for Washington Post

North Carolina: “NC Primaries Officially on March 15 with Signing” by Gary Robertson (Associated Press) for Raleigh News & Observer

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