July 2, 2012 •
Monday Campaign Finance and Lobbying News Roundup
“Political Perceptions: Email Fundraising, Too Forward?” by Peter Nicholas in The Wall Street Journal.
“The 2012 Congressional race and super PAC intermingling” by Stephen Wright in the Examiner.
Maryland: Editorial “Cleaning up Maryland politics” in The Washington Post.
Michigan: “Michigan Campaign Finance Network questions fundraising by lame-duck lawmakers” by The Associated Press in Crain’s Detroit Business.
“Bill Miller to head lobbying for Business Roundtable” by Mike Allen in Politico.
“Mining bill drew lobbyists’ attention” by Steve Mistler in the Portland Press Herald.
“Investment in lobbying not surefire in Maine” by Steve Mistler in the Kennebec Journal.
“Who is ALEC?” on CBS News.
“Former IRS Official Demands Investigation of ALEC” by Janie Lorber in Roll Call.
“Ethics Inquiry Exonerates Governor In Lobbying” by Robbie Brown in The New York Times.
Rhode Island: “Former Lawmakers Cash in Playing Revolving Door Game” by Dan McGowan in GoLocalProv.com.
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