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April 3, 2013  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News

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As Obama begins fundraising swing, campaign finance watchdogs growl” by David Nakamura in the Washington Post.

Maryland: “Campaign finance reform advances in Senate” by Michael Dresser in the Baltimore Sun.

New York: “Campaign finance reform gains momentum” by Dan Levy in WNYT News.

New York: “Campaign reform advocates say NY scandals show need to change Albany culture” by The Associated Press in The Republic.


Florida: “Palm Beach County ethics board targeted for state audit” by Jennifer Sorentrue in the Palm Beach Post.

New York: “Lawmakers in New York Tied to Bribery Plot in Mayor Race” by Michael Wilson and William K. Rashbaum  in the New York Times.

New York: “Rogues gallery of corruption cases” by Rick Karlin in the Albany Times Union.

From the State Legislatures

Alaska: “Kawasaki draws rebuke for conduct on House floor” by The Associated Press in the Juneau Empire.

Nebraska: “Late nights planned for state lawmakers” by The Associated Press in the Lincoln Journal Star.

Oregon: “Many bills in Oregon Legislature won’t see the light of day” by Laura Fosmire in the Statesman Journal.

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