Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 22, 2015  •  

Monday News Roundup

Government Relations News


Arkansas: “Ethics Panel Issues Opinion on Lobbyist Gifts” by John Lyon for Arkansas News

Campaign Finance

White Supremacist Leader Was a Political Donor” by Nick Gass for Politico

Kansas: “No Charges Filed after Federal Probe into Election Loans to Brownback’s Campaign” by Peter Hancock for Lawrence Journal World

Massachusetts: “Invitation to Political Fundraiser Might Skirt Ethics Laws” by Frank Phillips for Boston Globe

North Carolina: “NC Sen. Hartsell’s Campaign Finance Case Referred to Prosecutors” by Lynn Bonner for Raleigh News & Observer


New York: “In Corruption Cases, Speculation Undermines Justice” by Richard Lipsky for Albany Times Union

Oregon: “Oregon Impeachment Resolution Expected to Die in Senate” by Dennis Theriault for Portland Oregonian

Tennessee: “State Rep. Joe Armstrong Indicted” by Richard Locker for Memphis Commercial Appeal

Texas: “Abbott Vetoes Spousal Loophole” by Jay Root for Texas Tribune

Washington: “Rachel Dolezal Told to Quit 2nd Post” by Kirk Johnson for New York Times

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