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July 1, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News

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Big Labor Targets Steyer, Soros in Massive 2016 Fundraising Effort” by Kenneth Vogel and Brian Mahoney for Politico

Gridlocked Elections Watchdog Goes Two Years without Top Lawyer” by Dave Levinthal for Center for Public Integrity

What You Need to Know about Super PAC Compliance” by Brad Crate for Campaign & Elections


Supreme Court Won’t Hear Jailed Congressman’s Appeal” by Mike DeBonis for Washington Post

Alan Grayson Hedge Funds Skirt Ethics Rule” by Matt Dixon for Politico

Hawaii: “Honolulu Ethics Commission Needs to Scrap Its New Anti-Media Policy” by the Editorial Board for Honolulu Civil Beat

Missouri: “FBI Asking Officials Whether Diehl Helped Consultant Get Contract” by Virginia Young for St. Louis Post-Dispatch


Why Television Is Still King for Campaign Spending” by Derek Willis for New York Times

Chris Christie Enters Presidential Race” by Michael Barbaro for New York Times

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