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November 30, 2015  •  

Monday News Roundup


Penalty against lobbying firm sends message to an industry unfamiliar with prosecution” by Marcus Howard in the Los Angeles Times

New York: “Corruption trial: Adam Skelos laid out lobbyists’ views of upstate, downstate” by Chris Bragg in the Albany Times Union

Campaign Finance

GOP rider would boost party spending” by Kenneth Vogel and Seung Min Kim in Politico

Campaign Spending’s Gray Areas Are Getting Politicians Into Trouble” by Alan Greenblatt in Governing

California: “California campaign law’s loopholes allow donors to skirt limits” by The Associated Press in the San Jose Mercury News

Hawaii: “High Court Rejects Challenge to Hawaii Campaign Finance Laws” by The Associated Press on ABC News

New Mexico: “New Mexico lawmakers to discuss campaign finance reform” by The Associated Press in the San Francisco Chronicle


Funding for lawmakers’ portraits under fire” by Megan Wilson in The Hill

New Mexico: “Will 2016 be the year for ethics reform in New Mexico?” by Steve Terrell in The New Mexican


5 takes on 2016 as the campaign kicks into high gear” by Glenn Thrush in Politico

The 2016 ballot wars begin” by Shane Goldmacher in Politico


Congress Has a List of Deadlines, Is Checking It Twice” by Emma Dumain in Roll Call

Dems go digital with whip operation” by Scott Wong in The Hill

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