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March 20, 2017  •  

Monday’s Government Relations and Ethics News You Can Use

us_capitol-hiCampaign Finance

Democrats to Probe Gorsuch Views on Campaign Finance by Kenneth Doyle for Bloomberg BNA

Colorado: Colorado Democrats Propose Reforms to Shed More Light on Political ‘Dark Money’ by Brian Eason for Denver Post

Iowa: $43 million in 4 Years: Exclusive analysis tracks Iowa campaign contributions by Jason Noble for Des Moines Register

New York: No Charges, but Harsh Criticism for Mayor de Blasio by William Rashbaum for New York Times


Documents: Office of Government Ethics, Trump team reached détente by Dave Levinthal for Center for Public Integrity

New Mexico: Voters Will Decide Future of State Ethics Commission Proposal by Steve Terrell (Santa Fe New Mexican) for New Mexico Politics

Oklahoma: Conservative Oklahoma Senator Charged with Three Felonies after Child Prostitution Investigation by Nolan Clay for The Oklahoman

Pennsylvania: Nutter Overruled His Inspector General to Spare a Key City Hall Adviser by David Gambacorda, Claudia Vargas, and Chris Brennan for Philadelphia Inquirer

South Carolina: Veteran State Sen. Courson of Columbia Suspended from Office after Misconduct Indictment by John Monk for The State

Legislative Issues

North Carolina: Judges Issue Split Ruling on NC Governor-Legislature Power Struggle by Anne Blythe (Raleigh News and Observer) for Charlotte Observer

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