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April 3, 2017  •  

Monday’s Government Relations and Ethics News

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Arizona – “Arizona Secretary of State’s Website to Track Political Spending Triples in Cost” Mary Jo Pitzl for Arizona Republic

Michigan – “‘Shadowy’ 527 Political Groups Would Have to Report Finances Under New Bill” by Emily Lawler for

New York – “De Blasio Stymied in Attempt to Pay Legal Fees with Donations” by J. David Goodman for New York Times


Ivanka Trump, Shifting Plans, Will Become a Federal Employee” by Rachel Abrams and Maggie Haberman for New York Times

Florida – “Bribery Attempts in Miami Beach Drop, But They Still Happen, Ethics Survey Shows” by Joey Flechas Miami Herald

Pennsylvania – “Have Bribery, Fraud and Abuse of Power Become Synonymous with ‘Pennsylvania’?” by Jan Murphy for

South Carolina – “South Carolina Ports Agency Suspends Payments to Consultant Richard Quinn During Statehouse Corruption Probe” by David Wren for Charleston Post and Courier

Virginia – “Feds Looking into Any ODU Payments, Gifts to Ex-Norfolk Sheriff Bob McCabe” by Scott Daugherty for The Virginian-Pilot

Washington – “Head of Public Disclosure Commission Stepping Down in May” by the Associated Press for U.S. News and World Report

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