July 20, 2018 •

NYCU Video Digest – July 20, 2018

Check it out! Elizabeth Bartz is introducing NYCU Video Digest! Get this weeks news including lobbying reforms, state medicaid expansion, and campaign finance reforms in less than 2 & 1/2 minutes!  

Check it out! Elizabeth Bartz is introducing NYCU Video Digest! Get this weeks news including lobbying reforms, state medicaid expansion, and campaign finance reforms in less than 2 & 1/2 minutes!

 

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July 6, 2018 •

NYCU Video Digest – July 6, 2018

Legislative adjournments, special elections and possible special sessions all in less than 2 minutes in this weeks NYCU Video Digest! 

Legislative adjournments, special elections and possible special sessions all in less than 2 minutes in this weeks NYCU Video Digest!
 

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July 3, 2018 •

WKSU Morning Edition Shout Out!

Did you miss Amanda Rabinowitz from 89.7 WKSU congratulate Elizabeth Bartz and State and Federal Communications on our 25th anniversary on Morning Edition? Don’t worry, we’ve got it for you right here!  

Did you miss Amanda Rabinowitz from 89.7 WKSU congratulate Elizabeth Bartz and State and Federal Communications on our 25th anniversary on Morning Edition? Don’t worry, we’ve got it for you right here!

 

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June 22, 2018 •

NYCU Video Digest – June 22, 2018

A special legislative session, multiple resignations and a new educational video on lobbying and gift laws, all in less than 2 minutes in this week’s News You Can Use Video Digest.  

A special legislative session, multiple resignations and a new educational video on lobbying and gift laws, all in less than 2 minutes in this week’s News You Can Use Video Digest.

 

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May 25, 2018 •

NYCU Video Digest – May 25, 2018

Cryptocurrency contributions, campaign disclosure changes, and tax breaks for small business all in this weeks quick News You Can Use Video Digest.

Cryptocurrency contributions, campaign disclosure changes, and tax breaks for small business all in this weeks quick News You Can Use Video Digest.

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May 18, 2018 •

NYCU Video Digest – May 18, 2018

Lots of legislatures adjourned this week, find out what they did in this edition of News You Can Use Video Digest!  

Lots of legislatures adjourned this week, find out what they did in this edition of News You Can Use Video Digest!

 

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May 11, 2018 •

NYCU Video Digest – May 11, 2018

A lot to cover this week in campaign finance, legislative issues, and legislative sessions news in NYCU Video Digest.  

A lot to cover this week in campaign finance, legislative issues, and legislative sessions news in NYCU Video Digest.

 

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May 2, 2018 •

Our April Scrapbook

Check out some photos from a busy April at State and Federal Communications! Staff Anniversaries:

Check out some photos from a busy April at State and Federal Communications!

For the third consecutive year, State and Federal Communications, Inc. has sponsored the Ohio Cherry Blossom Princess for the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C. This year, Ohio State University student, Abeeha Shamshad, represents the buckeye state.

Congratulations, Elizabeth Bartz, on receiving the 2018 Fran Richardson/Founders Award for significant contributions to the Washington Program in National Issues.

State and Federal Communications was gladly in attendance at the 2018 YouToo Social Media Conference held at Kent State University.

Staff Anniversaries:

Adrienne Borgstahl, Research Associate, 2 Years

Amber Fish Linke, Director of Operations, 13 Years

Becky Campbell, Compliance Assistant, 7 Years

Sarah Gray, Compliance Assistant Coordinator, 9 Years

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March 30, 2018 •

NYCU Video Digest – March 30, 2018

On this #330 day, get all the government, ethics and elections news you can use from this proud Akron, Ohio based company!  

On this #330 day, get all the government, ethics and elections news you can use from this proud Akron, Ohio based company!

 

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December 18, 2017 •

Monday’s Government and Ethics News Roundup

Campaign Finance US Senate Hopeful Opens Coffers to Bitcoin Donations by Chuck Raasch for St. Louis Dispatch Ethics Has Ivanka Trump Repeatedly Broken Ethics Laws Since Joining The White House? By Cristina Silva for Newsweek Nevada Democrat, facing ethics probe, […]

Campaign Finance

US Senate Hopeful Opens Coffers to Bitcoin Donations by Chuck Raasch for St. Louis Dispatch

Ethics

Has Ivanka Trump Repeatedly Broken Ethics Laws Since Joining The White House? By Cristina Silva for Newsweek

Nevada Democrat, facing ethics probe, won’t seek re-election by The Associated Press for The New Jersey Herald

Canada: ‘Watch me, you’ll see,’ under fire, new ethics czar vows to let his record do the talking on Trudeau, Morneau investigations by Abbas Rana and Peter Mazereeuw for The Hill Times

Lobbying

With Billions at Stake in Tax Debate, Lobbyists Played Hardball by Kenneth Vogel and Jim Tankersley for The New York Times

Tax lobbying keeps on giving by Theodoric Meyer for Politico

Analysis: 2017 Has Been Nutty for K Street, but 2018 Could Be Insane by Kate Ackley for Roll Call

Illinois: Lake Forest city manager: Nearly $200K spent lobbying without council OK by Daniel Dorfman for The Lake Forester

South Carolina: Lobbying is completely unregulated in most S.C. cities, leaving room for possible corruption by Abigail Darlington for The Post and Courier

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November 3, 2017 •

NYCU Video Digest – November 3, 2017

Jon Spontarelli is here with this week’s government and ethics news you can use from a busy week around the country!  

Jon Spontarelli is here with this week’s government and ethics news you can use from a busy week around the country!

 

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May 2, 2017 •

April Photo Scrapbook

Check out some photos from recent events! 

Check out some photos from recent events!
 

SGAC National Summit, New Orleans, LA. James Carville gave the opening keynote address. Pictured are Elizabeth Bartz, James Carville, and Christopher Badgely, from Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.

Elizabeth Z. Bartz, President and CEO of State and Federal Communications, with Judith Zimomra, City Manager of The City of Sanibel, Florida

The State and Federal Communications Team at the 2017 YouToo Social Media Conference as the Presenting Sponsor. From left to right: Jim Sedor, Editor, News You Can Use; Joe May, Manager, Client Analytics; Jennifer Kramer, Director of Public Relations and Marketing Communications at Kent State University; Jon Spontarelli, Social Media Specialist; Anthony Didion, Marketing and Sales Assistant; and Megan Huber-Kovachik, Marketing Communications Associate

Jon Spontarelli, Social Media Specialist and Lisa Stutzman, Research Assistant attending a dinner reception at the American Copy Editors Society National Conference

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April 18, 2017 •

Free White Paper on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

  State and Federal Communications has released a new white paper on The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). To obtain your free copy, visit stateandfed.com to download a PDF. 


 
State and Federal Communications has released a new white paper on The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). To obtain your free copy, visit stateandfed.com to download a PDF.
 

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April 12, 2017 •

Don’t Miss Out!

Find out how Compliance Laws for Government Relations Professionals can help you during our FREE website tour!

Find out how Compliance Laws for Government Relations Professionals can help you during our FREE website tour!

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