Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 2, 2015  •  

Monday News Roundup

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Missouri: “Missouri House to Halt Committee Meetings at Country Clubs and Restaurants” by Kevin McDermott for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Washington: “Lawmakers Grouse about Free Meals Rule” by Jordan Schrader for Tacoma News Tribune

Campaign Finance

National Donors Pick Winners in State Elections” by Ben Weider for Center for Public Integrity

New Jersey: “Auditor Finds No Pay-to-Play Conflict in N.J. Pension Investment” by Andrew Seidman for Philadelphia Inquirer

Ethics

Amid Ethics Concerns, House Energy Chairman Drops Bill” by Tony Cook for Indianapolis Star

Massachusetts: “State Senator’s Lavish Gift Raises Concerns on Ethics” by Andrea Estes for Boston Globe

New York: “6 Days That Felled Sheldon Silver, the Speaker Who Ruled Albany for Decades” by Jesse McKinley, Thomas Kaplan, Susanne Craig, and William Rashbaum for New York Times

Elections

Mitt Romney Decides against Running for President Again in 2016” by Philip Rucker and Dan Balz for Washington Post

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