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January 3, 2017  •  

Tuesday Government Relations News

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Missouri: “Missouri Campaign Contribution Limits Remain in Place After Latest Hearing” by Kurt Erickson for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

New York: “Why Developers of Manhattan Luxury Towers Give Millions to Upstate Candidates” by Cezary Podkul and Derek Kravitz (ProPublica), and Will Parker (The Real Deal) for ProPublica.org


With No Warning, House Republicans Vote to Gut Independent Ethics Office” by Eric Lipton for The New York Times

Advertising’s Moral Struggle: Is online reach worth the hurt?” by Sapna Maheshwari for The New York Times

The Enemy Within: Bribes bore a hole in the U.S. border” by Ron Nixon for The New York Times

Alabama: “After Release from Prison, Former Alabama Rep. Terry Spicer Lands Another State Job” by Jim Cook for Dothan Eagle

Connecticut: “Ethics Opinion: Aresimowicz can be House speaker, union staffer” by Mark Pazniokas for Connecticut Mirror

New York: “How Cuomo’s Signature Economic Growth Project Fell Apart in Utica” by Vivian Yee for The New York Times


David Fahrenthold Tells the Behind-the-Scenes Story of His Year Covering Trump” by David Fahrenthold for The Washington Post

North Carolina: “Judge Puts NC GOP Elections Board Makeover on Hold after Roy Cooper Sues” by Anne Blythe and Colin Campbell for Raleigh News & Observer

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