October 29, 2012 •
Monday News Roundup
“Federal Offices, Metrorail System in Washington Closed Monday” in the National Journal.
“Lobby shop revenues continue fall” by Catherine Ho in the Washington Post.
“K Street Lobbyists Hit the Campaign Trail in Virginia” by Kate Ackley in Roll Call.
“Jack Abramoff on America’s bipartisan culture of corruption” by Joseph Cotto in the Washington Times.
Michigan: “Most term-limited Michigan officials stay in government or lobbying” in the Lansing State Journal.
“In state races, N.Y.C., Albany dominate campaign donations” by Jon Campbell in the Democrat and Chronicle.
“Ron Paul-Inspired Group Lobbies for Bill Prompted by Paul Reimbursements” by Jonathan Strong in Roll Call.
Campaigns and Elections
“Campaign lawyers gear up for nail-biter election” by Michael Knigge in Deutsche Welle.
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