Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update - State and Federal Communications

November 25, 2014  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Governors and Oil Industry Work Hand in Hand in Offshore Drilling Group” by Nicholas Kusnitz for Center for Public Integrity

Lobbyists Fund Hill Portraits as Lawmakers Target Paintings of Cabinet Members” by Robin Bravender for Environment & Energy Publishing

Lobby and Consulting Shop McBee Strategic To Be Acquired by Law Firm Wiley Rein” by Catherine Ho for Washington Post

Lobbyist Fined but Sen. Lara Denies He Was Influenced by Debt” by Patrick McGreevy for Los Angeles Times

Rhode Island Investigating Former State Attorney General” by Eric Lipton for New York Times

Campaign Finance

Meet the New Super Donors” by Kevin Bogardus for Campaigns & Elections

Gov. Brown’s Unnecessary Fundraising Is Certainly Legal – but a Turnoff” by George Skelton for Los Angeles Times

Lawmakers Look to Close ‘Kennedy Loophole’” by Neil Vigdor for Danbury News-Times

Donors Build for Future” by Matthew Hamilton for Albany Times Union

John Doe Froze Conservative Speech, Targets Say” by M.D. Kittle for Wisconsin Reporter


Marion Barry, Washington’s ‘Mayor for Life,’ Even After Prison, Dies at 78” by David Stout for New York Times


Some in G.O.P. Fear That Their Hard-Liners Will Alienate Latino Voters” by Jackie Calmes for New York Times

Legislative Issues

Debbie Dingell Ready for Spotlight as Her Husband, the ‘Dean’ of Congress, Steps Aside” by Sheryl Gay Stolberg for New York Times

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