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March 2, 2015  •  

Monday News Roundup

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Montana: “Senator’s Aide Asked to Leave after Registering as Lobbyist” by Laura Lundquist and Troy Carter for Bozeman Chronicle

Campaign Finance

Florida: “Fundraising Binge Begins for Lawmakers” by Jeremy Wallace for Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Montana: “Senate Panel Advances Major Campaign-Finance Reform Bill” by Mike Dennison for Montana Standard

Ohio: “Campaign Contributors Can Give More Cash in Ohio” by Jackie Borchardt (Northeast Ohio Media Group) for Cleveland Plain Dealer


Foreign Governments Gave Millions to Foundation While Clinton Was at State Dept.” by Rosalind Helderman and Tom Hamburger for Wasington Post

Aaron Schock Didn’t Report Gifts, Meals in London” by Anna Palmer, John Bresnahan, and Jake Sherman for Politico

Idaho: “Idaho Lawmakers Narrowly Agree to Consider New Inspector General for Complaints, Corruption” by Betsy Russell (Spokane Spokesman-Review) for Idaho Statesman

Mississippi: “Ex-Prison Boss and Businessman Admit to Bribery Scheme” by Jeff Amy (Associated Press) for The Sun-Herald

New Jersey: “Hard Work or Abuse of Power? Joseph Ferriero Corruption Trial Opens with Widely Varying Portrayals” by Peter Sampson for Bergen Record

New Mexico: “Ethics Commission Moves Forward” by Michael Reichbach for New Mexico Political Report

Oregon: “Cylvia Hayes Sues Oregonian to Keep Records Secret” by Hannah Hoffman for Salem Statesman-Journal

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