Thursday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 1, 2016  •  

Thursday News Roundup


Wave of Lobbyist Deregistrations in Trump Orbit After Announcement of New Policy” by Catherine Ho for The Washington Post

Campaign Finance

Ackman’s Fund Asks SEC for Exemption After Campaign Donation” by Svea Herbst-Bayliss for Reuters

Trump to Accept Inauguration Funds from Corporations and Big Donors” by Nicholas Fandos for The New York Times

Michigan: “Rizzo Expands Empire After Pumping Cash into Campaigns” by Robert Snell and Michael Gerstein for Detroit News

Minnesota: “Obscure Party Funds Become Minnesota Campaign Cash Magnets” by Brian Bakst for Minnesota Public Radio


Trump’s Twitter Addiction Could Reshape the Presidency” by Eli Stokols for Politico

Trump Announces He Will Leave Business ‘in Total’ – Leaving Open How He Will Avoid Conflicts of Interest” by Drew Harwell for The Washington Post


Anti-Trump Forces Launch Attack on Electoral College” by Kyle Cheney for Politico

North Carolina: “In North Carolina, No End in Sight to Governor’s Race” by Richard Fausset for The New York Times

Legislative Issues

Nancy Pelosi Chosen Again as House Democratic Leader – But Tally Suggests Deep Division” by Paul Kane and Ed O’Keefe for The Washington Post

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