Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 4, 2015  •  

Monday News Roundup

Government Relations NewsLobbying

New York: “Education Groups Were Top Lobbyists of 2014” by Casey Seiler for Albany Times Union

Campaign Finance

FEC Decision May Allow More Foreign Money in U.S. Votes, Critics Say” by Michelle Conlin and Lucas Iberico Lozada for Reuters

Scott Walker’s Strength in Donors” by Derek Willis for New York Times

Missouri: “A Mega Donor’s Influence in Missouri Politics” by Steven Anthony for KBIA

New Jersey: “N.J. Supreme Court Won’t Hear Sharpe James’s Bridgegate Argument, Campaign Cash Appeal” by Bill Wichert for Newark Star-Ledger


FDA Could Approve Drugs for New Uses on Less Data: Draft law” by Toni Clarke for Reuters

New York: “JCOPE Watchdog Denies Conflict as Attorney” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Washington: “WaLeg: Rep. Fagan faces ethics charges, will resign” by Jim Camden for Spokane Spokesman-Review


Bernie Sanders Brings Liberal Zeal in Challenge to Hillary Clinton” by Jonathan Topaz for Politico


New Mexico: “Review: Former Albuquerque police chief may have violated ethics rules with no-bid Taser deal” by Ryan Foley and Vik Jolly (Associated Press) for Minneapolis Star Tribune

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