Monday Government Relations News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 9, 2017  •  

Monday Government Relations News Roundup

K StreetLobbying

Trump’s Twitter Feed Traumatizes Washington” by Eli Stoklos and Josh Dawsey for Politico

Florida: “Taxpayers Will Keep Paying for Lobbyists in Tallahassee, Despite House Speaker, Who Calls It a ‘Disgrace’” by Steve Bousquet and Michael Auslen for Tampa Bay Times

New York: “Now a Lobbyist, Democratic Power Broker Faces Restrictions in New York Job” by Samar Khurshid for Gotham Gazette

Campaign Finance

Libertarian Challenge to Contribution Limits Advances” by Kenneth Doyle for Bloomberg BNA

Florida: “Investigation: Florida elections loophole empowers special interests” by Lucas Daprile for

Washington: “Seattle Voters Will Soon Get $100 in ‘Democracy Vouchers’ to Donate to Candidates” by Daniel Beekman for Seattle Times


California: “City Council Embraces Transparency Provisions Pushed by New Mayor Steinberg” by Anita Chabria for Sacramento Bee

Maryland: “Federal Bribery Charges Filed over Prince George’s County Liquor Licenses” by Lynh Bui, Ann Marimow, and Arelis Hernandez for The Washington Post

Legislative Issues

House Votes to Fine Members Up to $2,500 If They Take Videos in Chamber” by Erin Kelly for USA Today

South Carolina: “Grand Jury Indicts Rep. Chris Corley on Domestic Violence, Gun Charges” by Maya Prabhu for Charleston Post and Courier

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