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August 6, 2012  •  

Monday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News

In the newsLobbying

Conventions Lose Appeal for D.C. Lobbyists” by Janie Lorber in Roll Call.

California: “Highest-billing lobbying firms” by Laurel Rosenhall in the Sacramento Bee.

Colorado: “University of Colorado’s in-house lobbyists hire out for other firms” by Allison Sherry in the Denver Post.

Indiana: “Daniels still waiting on lobbying decision” by The Associated Press in the Indianapolis Business Journal.

Missouri: “Missouri lawmakers keep reeling in gifts from lobbyists” by Virginia Young in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Campaign Finance

O’Connor: Declining approval for high court a ‘disappointment’” by Meghashyam Mali in The Hill.


Alabama: “Former Gov. Don Siegelman sentenced to 78 months in prison” by Kim Chandler in the Birmingham News.

Government Social Media

More government officials embrace social media” by Adam Silverman in USA Today.

Tweets, social media help more officials get the word out” by Adam Silverman in USA Today.

South Carolina “SC governor goes to Facebook to get message across” by The Associated Press in

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