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April 10, 2013  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News

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DOJ, IRS tight-lipped on campaign finance probes” by Tarini Parti and Byron Tau in Politico.

Arizona: “Ariz. proposal would flood money into politics” by The Associated Press in the Arizona Daily Sun.


Arkansas: “House approves proposed amendment on ethics, term limits, salaries” by John Lyon in the Arkansas News Bureau.

New York: “Cuomo Offers Plan to Fight Corruption After Arrests” by Thomas Kaplan in The New York Times.

New York: “Albany Riveted by Double Life of an Assemblyman and Informer” by Thomas Kaplan in The New York Times.

Virginia: “New documents raise more questions about financing of McDonnell’s daughter’s wedding” by Rosalind S. Helderman in The Washington Post.

Virginia: “McEachin calls for closing Virginia gift loophole” by Laura Vozella in The Washington Post.


Illinois: “Ex-Ill. lawmaker elected to succeed Jackson Jr.” by The Associated Press in the Quad City Times.

From the State Legislatures

Missouri: “Term limit change suggested for Missouri lawmakers” by Virginia Young in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Washington: “The next question: Special session?” by Lucas Wiseman in The Columbian.

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