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Also Cautions Against Promoting Lobbyists in Merely a Personal Capacity

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January 19, 2012  •  

Thursday News Roundup

Lobbying, Procurement, and Gov 2.0

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However you may feel about SOPA and PIPA, one thing became clear in the last day or so – something new has happened in the realm of lobbying. Here are three articles that take a look at the implications of the internet blackout from a government relations perspective:

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School Sporting Events Exception

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Legislation would expand loophole in lobbying restrictions

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January 16, 2012  •  

News You Can Use Digest – January 16, 2012

A bill is expected this session

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January 13, 2012  •  

Friday News Roundup

Here are some breaking news items for today:

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E-filing to Begin with February 15, 2012 Report

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Makes Electronic Lobbyist Filing Mandatory

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January 9, 2012  •  

North Carolina Lobbyist Fine Overturned

Portions of Lobbying Law Found Ambiguous As Applied

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Due February 4, 2012

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January 6, 2012  •  

Assorted Friday Reading

Here are a few items that came up in my daily news scan:

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“Corporations don’t lobby Congress for fun.”

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