May 2, 2012 •
Campaign Finance, Lobbying, and Ethics News
New York: “Senate Democrats call for campaign finance reform” by Bill Lambdin on WNYT.com.
Vermont: “Campaign finance bill sent to Judiciary Committee” by Terri Hallenbeck in the Burlington Free Press.
North Carolina: “Second Tillis staffer admits to inappropriate relationship with a lobbyist” by Dan Kane and John Frank in the Charlotte Observer.
Texas: “Texas legislator fined for failure to disclose gifts” in the Fort Worth Star Telegram.
District of Columbia: “D.C. Council Backs Off Pressuring Mayor to Select Ethics Panel” by Tom Sherwood on NBCWashington.com.
South Carolina: “SC House votes to open investigations into its own if ethics committee finds probable cause” by Seanna Adcox (Associated Press) in The Republic.
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