Wednesday's Government and Ethics News - State and Federal Communications

April 11, 2018  •  

Wednesday’s Government and Ethics News

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New Mexico: Biggest Donors Get Around Contribution Limits by Marjorie Childress (New Mexico In Depth) for New Mexico Political Report

New York: State BOE Moves to Curb Autonomy of Enforcement Counsel by Rachel Silberstein for Albany Times Union


National: Top Government Ethics Official Demands EPA Probe Pruitt’s Ethics Controversies by Brady Dennis (Washington Post) for Denver Post

National: Trump Advised to Stay Away from Fund for Staff in Russia Probe by Shannon Pettypiece for

National: Mueller Investigating Ukrainian’s $150,000 Payment for a Trump Appearance by Michael Schmidt and Maggie Haberman for New York Times

Colorado: Colorado State Sen. Vicki Marble Violated Ethics Rules Through Her Role in Oil and Gas Forum Last Year, Commission Rules by Jesse Paul for Denver Post

Florida: Hialeah’s ‘Junkyard Millionaire’ and His Son Charged in Opa-locka Corruption Case by Jay Weaver for Miami Herald

Georgia: Man Gets Prison for Obstruction in Atlanta Bribery Probe by Kate Brumback (Associated Press) for Washington Times

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