Tuesday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 19, 2012  •  

Tuesday News Roundup

newspaperCampaign Finance

Campaign donations coming soon to Twitter” by Dave Levinthal in Politico.

No action from U.S. Supreme Court on Montana campaign spending law” by Charles S. Johnson in the Missoulian.

Will the Supreme Court Consider a Campaign Finance Mulligan?” by Alex Altman in Time.

Texting: The New Way for Campaigns to Draw Contributions” by Kenneth P. Doyle in Bloomberg News.

Government Ethics

Louisiana: “Ethics bills: Jindal signs two, vetoes one” in the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

Ohio: “Former state lawmaker sentenced to prison for bribery” by John Futty in the Columbus Dispatch.

State Legislatures

State lawmakers short on experience” by Chuck Raasch in USA Today.

Herbert calls special session to OK more liquor licenses, fixed funding” by Ed Gehrke in the Salt Lake Tribune.

SC legislators return for special session” by The Associated Press in GoUpstate.com.

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