Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 26, 2015  •  

Monday News Roundup

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K Street: We’re not the ‘boogeyman’” by Megan Wilson for The Hill

Out of Jack Abramoff’s Ashes” by Anna Palmer for Politico

Missouri: “Ethics Bill Gets Early Hearing as Senate Leader Pushes Changes in Lobbying Rules” by Rudi Keller for Columbia Daily Tribune

Rhode Island: “Mollis’ Former Attorney Ordered by R.I. Superior Court Judge to Pay $18,000 Fine” by Jennifer Bogdon for Providence Journal

Campaign Finance

How Public Funding of Elections Makes Politics Even More Polarized” by John Sides for Washington Post


Florida: “Inquiry Sought After Former Commissioner Accuses Gov. Rick Scott of Meddling” by Lizette Alvarez for New York Times

New York City, NY: “Ethics Probe Targets City Council Speaker, Consultant” by Chris Bragg for Crain’s New York Business

New York: “Silver’s Case May Have Vast Impact and Alter Entrenched Way of Governance” by Michael Grynbaum and Jesse McKinley for New York Times

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