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August 24, 2015  •  

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Federal Election Commission Refuses to Release Computer Security Study” by Dave Levinthal for Center for Public Integrity

North Carolina: “Deeper Probe of NC Video Sweepstakes Money Sought” by Craig Jarvis and Anne Blythe for Raleigh News & Observer

Pennsylvania: “Allentown Council to Consider Banning Pay-to-Play, Members Say” by Lynn Olanoff for


California: “Faulconer Makes Ethics Picks” by Greg Moran for San Diego Union-Tribune

Illinois: “Ex-Redflex Exec Pleads Guilty to Helping Orchestrate $2M Bribery Scheme” by Jason Meisner and David Kidwell for Chicago Tribune

Oklahoma: “Oklahoma Sen. Rick Brinkley Pleads Guilty to Fraud Charges after Stealing More than $1.8M from BBB” by Nolan Clay and Rick Green for The Oklahoman

Virginia: “Maureen McDonnell to Appeals Court: You can clear me and not my husband” by Matt Zapotosky for Washington Post

Virginia: “Court of Appeals Won’t let McDonnell Stay out of Prison While Pursuing Supreme Court Challenge” by Matt Zapotosky for Washington Post


Drug Costs Dislodge Obamacare as GOP Voters’ Top Health Care Concern” by Brett Norman for Politico

What the ‘Deez Nuts’ Candidacy Says about the State of US Democracy” by Sara Aridi for Christian Science Monitor

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