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Massachusetts

Massachusetts Considering Lowering Union Contribution Limit

Massachusetts Passes Ballot Measure to Limit the Influence of Money in Politics

Massachusetts Ballot Measure Seeks to Regulate Corporate Influence in Elections

Lawsuit Filed Over Massachusetts Campaign Finance Law

Boston Mayor Signs Lobbying Ordinance

Massachusetts Court Upholds Corporate Contribution Ban

Massachusetts Issues Emergency Regulation Regarding Independent Expenditures

Boston Lobbying Reform Vetoed

Massachusetts Updates Campaign Finance Regulations

Massachusetts State Senate Special Election Scheduled

Massachusetts Special Election to be Called

Massachusetts Ban on Contributions Upheld

Arguments Heard in Lawsuit Challenging MA Law Banning Corporate Contributions

MA Task Force to Review Ethics Laws

MA Speaker DeLeo Seeks Ethics Review Task Force

MA Gov. Signs Campaign Finance Bill

Massachusetts Adjourns Formal Session

MA OCPF Issues Regulation Concerning Coordination

MA Bill to Create Lobbying Laws for Municipalities

MA OCPF Seeks to Clarify Differences Between Coordinated and Independent Political Expenditures

Boston Closer to Eliminating “Hocus-Pocus” with New Lobbying Law

Special Election Dates Announced for Massachusetts 10th Essex Representative District

Boston Mayor Wants Lobbying Law for City

MA Special Election Called for 2nd Plymouth and Bristol Senatorial District

MA OCPF Introduces New Candidate and Committee Filing System

Lawsuit Challenges MA Law Banning Corporate Contributions

U.S. Statehouse Series – Massachusetts, The Bay State

MA OCPF Clarifies Independent Expenditure Registration and Reporting Requirements in Advisory Opinion

MA Campaign Finance Bill Signed into Law

MA Will Continue to Enforce Aggregate Contribution Limits to Political Party Committees

Boston Mayor Announces Formation of Ethics Committee

MA OCPF Will Not Enforce Aggregate Limits for Political Contributions to Candidates

Special Election for Vacancy Caused by Expulsion in MA House

MA Legislature Closed Today Due to Weather

Massachusetts Special Election Called for Second Suffolk Representative District Seat

Massachusetts Special Election Called for State House Seat

Massachusetts Special Election Called for State Senate Seat

MA 2014 Primary Date Changed

Special Election Announced for Massachusetts Ninth Norfolk Representative District

Special Election Announced for Massachusetts Second Hampden and Hampshire Senate District

Special Election Called to Fill US House Seat from Massachusetts

Special Election Announced for Massachusetts 12th Suffolk Representative District

Special Election Announced for Massachusetts 16th Worcester Representative District

Special Election Announced for Massachusetts Sixth Bristol Representative District

MA OCPF Hearing Set for Campaign Finance Regulation Proposals

Massachusetts Secretary of Commonwealth Clarifies Lobbyist Disclosure Requirement of Direct Business Associations

Special Elections in Massachusetts Announced for First Suffolk Senate District and Eighth Suffolk District House

Massachusetts Secretary of State’s Argument for Expansive Lobbyist Disclosure Dismissed

Massachusetts U.S. Senate Seat Election to Be Scheduled for June 25

OCPF Opinion on Lobbyists Soliciting Contributions on LinkedIn Group

Massachusetts OCPF Extends Pre-election Report Due Date

OCPF Hearing Scheduled for July 25

Mass. OCPF Director Reappointed

Former Massachusetts Treasurer Indicted

Lobbying News Roundup

Mass. Lobbyists Need to Schedule Photograph for Identification Card

Lobbying News in the States

Massachusetts Transparency Website User-Friendly

Ethics Bill Blocked In Massachusetts

News You Can Use Digest – August 1, 2011

News You Can Use Digest – July 11, 2011

News You Can Use Digest – July 5, 2011

New House Ethics Rules Proposed for Massachusetts

Massachusetts Vendor Fee Dropped July 1

Massachusetts OCPF Reminds Municipal Candidates of 2011 Filing Requirements

Mass. OCPF to host Campaign Finance Seminar

Massachusetts OCPF Reminder

Mass. Ethics Commission to Hold Public Meeting

Mass. Issues Emergency Rule