January 13, 2012 •
Friday News Roundup
“Group pushes ethics reform in hopes of curbing lobbyist influence at Georgia Legislature” by Errin Haines (Associated Press) in The Republic.
“Late Night: Stephen Colbert drops ‘super PAC’ to run for president” by Meredith Blake in the Los Angeles Times. (with a wink…)
“Super PACs are making their rich presence felt in 2012 campaigns” David Goldstein in the Sacramento Bee.
“Summary of Kansas Senate Campaign Finance Reports” in the Missouri News Horizon.
“The 20 Largest Campaign Donors in Rhode Island” by Dan McGowan on golocalProv.com.
“No action taken on Oklahoma’s campaign disclosure laws” by Michael McNutt in the Daily Oklahoman.
“John Edwards trial: Lawyers request for delay will be considered by judge” by The Associated Press on Politico.
“Prison for ex-Rep. Siljander: He aided terrorist-linked charity” by Matt Pearce in the Los Angeles Times.
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