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July 2, 2015  •  

Thursday News Roundup

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Prison Inmate Forms Super PAC” by Carrie Levine for Center for Public Integrity

It Only Took Five Months for Billionaire GOP Donors to Set New Records” by Paul Blumenthal for Huffington Post

House Lawmakers Seek to Reform FEC Ahead of 2016” by Cristina Marcos for The Hill

Christie’s 2016 Finance Team Includes Big N.J. Contractors” by Matt Friedman (NJ Advance Media) for Newark Star-Ledger


California: “Ex-State Sen. Leland Yee Pleads Guilty to Racketeering in Corruption Case” by Lee Romney for Los Angeles Times

Minnesota: “McNamara Says He’s Filing Ethics Complaint against Park Lobbyist” by Steve Brandt for Minneapolis Star Tribune

New Mexico: “High Court Rules New Mexico Investment Suits Constitutional” by The Associated Press for Lexington Herald-Leader

New York: “Ex-N.Y. State Senator Gets Seven Years in Prison for Bribery” by Tom Hays (Associated Press) for Albany Times Union

Oregon: “How Much Pot Can Lawmakers Receive as a Gift? Oregon Democrat Has Some Advice” by Denis Theriault for Portland Oregonian

Texas: “John Wiley Price Associates Enter Guilty Pleas, Agree to Testify” by Kevin Krause and Ed Timms for Dallas Morning News

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