Monday Lobbying News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 16, 2012  •  

Monday Lobbying News Roundup


50 politicos to watch: Lobbyists” by Abby Phillip in Politico.

California: “Calif. lobbyist believes his attempt to buy sports team sparked identity theft scheme” by Dale Kasler in the Boston Herald.

Connecticut: “Connecticut businesses, lawmakers, keep ties to controversial group” by Ana Radelat by the CT Mirror.

Kansas: “Lobbyist spending in Topeka grows 14 percent” by Brad Cooper in the Kansas City Star.

North Carolina: “Brubaker’s resignation last week allows him to begin lobbying sooner, Fitzsimon notes” by Rob Christensen in the News Observer.

Pennsylvania:  “New website tracks lobbying money in Philly politics” by Zack Seward in WHYY Newsworks.

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