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March 26, 2018  •  

Monday’s Government and Ethics News

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National: “Bolton Was Early Beneficiary of Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook Data” by Matthew Rosenberg for New York Times

New York: “De Blasio Donor Says He Steered Thousands in Bribes to Mayor’s Campaigns” by Brian Rosenthal for New York Times

Washington: “Bill Aims to Curb the Filing of Campaign Finance Complaints” by Jerry Cornfield for Everett Herald


National: “Beyond Gun Control, Student Marchers Aim to Upend Elections” by Alexander Burns and Julie Turkewitz for New York Times

National: “‘You Should Do It’: Trump officials encouraged George Papadopoulos’s foreign outreach, documents show” by Rosalind Helderman and Tom Hamburger for Washington Post


California: “L.A. County Has Repeatedly Violated State Open Records Laws, L.A. Times Lawsuit alleges” by Jack Dolan for Los Angeles Times

Florida: “Commission Adopts New Public Records Policies Resulting from Democrat Lawsuit” by Jeffrey Schweers for Tallahassee Democrat

Missouri: “An Affair, a Photo and a Felony Charge: Missouri’s governor is waging a campaign for political survival” by Sean Sullivan for Washington Post

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