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October 22, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Lobby Firms Beat the Midterm Blues” by Megan Wilson for The Hill.

Legislators’ Trips Abroad Apparently Above Board” by Tess Townsend for New London Day.

Campaign Finance

Record Public Financing Amounts Awarded to Candidates” by Gregory Hladky for Hartford Courant.

Donors Use Loophole to Pour Money into Governor’s Race” by Jeremy Borden for Charleston Post & Courier.

Campaign Coordination Suit Filed in a Way to Get Favorable Judge” by Patrick Marley for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.


Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard Indicted” by Brian Lyman (Montgomery Advertiser) for USA Today.

Legislators Need Stricter Disclosure Rules, Advocate Tells Panel” for Indianapolis Business Journal; Staff

In William Galvin’s Contracts, Little Public Process” by Waltyer Robinson for Boston Globe.


Health Scare in Texas Also Sends Political Ripples” by Manny Fernandez for New York Times.

Supreme Court Allows Texas to Use Voter ID Law” by Adam Liptak for New York Times.

Political Advertising

Environmental Issues Become a Force in Political Advertising” by Coral Davenport and Ashley Parker for New York Times.

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