Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 23, 2013  •  

Monday News Roundup


California: “California political watchdog sets sights on major cases” by Christopher Cadelago in The Sacramento Bee.

Florida: “Lobbying group wants a say in auditing process” by Rochelle Koff in Miami Herald’s Naked Politics blog.

Utah: “Las Vegas business leaders broaden approach to DC lobbying” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Campaign Finance

Supreme Court may strike new blow to campaign funding laws” by David G. Savage in the Los Angeles Times.

Arizona: “Campaign finance law throws twist at candidates” by The Associated Press in KSAZ Fox10 News.

Arkansas: “Ethics panel: Candidate’s corporation can’t provide free office space” by John Lyon in the Arkansas News.

Delaware: “Illegal donations to Jack Markell’s 2008 campaign discovered” by Maureen Milford in The News Journal.

Wisconsin: “Political Conduits: Pouring Millions Into Wisconsin Elections” by Tim Morrissey in Public News Service.


Senate confirms Obama’s FEC nominees” by Byron Tau in Politico.

Georgia: “Claims in ex-Ga. Ethics Commission leader’s lawsuit call agency’s independence into question” by The Associated Press in the Seymour Tribune.

Georgia: “LaBerge Gets Raise As Ethics Comm. Cuts Costs” by The Associated Press on Georgia Public Broadcasting.

State Legislatures

Florida: “Lawmakers return to Tallahassee for committee week” by Michael Van Sickler in the Miami Herald.

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