Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 21, 2015  •  

Monday News Roundup

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Vet Group Hosting Trump Lost Nonprofit Status” by Jeff Horwitz (Associated Press) for Miami Herald

New Mexico: “Campaign Finance Reports to Be Reviewed in Wake of Scandal” by Susan Montoya Bryan (Associated Press) for Las Cruces Sun-News


California: “California Initiative Would Require More Campaign Finance Disclosure” by Christopher Cadelago for Sacramento Bee

Georgia: “Georgia ‘Watchdog’ Rolls Out New Mission” by Walter Jones (Morris News Service) for Augusta Chronicle

Pennsylvania: “Ex-LCB Marketing Director Pleads Guilty in Federal Bribery Case” by Matt Miller for Harrisburg Patriot-News

Rhode Island: “R.I. Elections Board Issues Warning to Director” by Jennifer Bogdan for Providence Journal


Connecticut: “Former Bridgeport Mayor, Out of Prison, Declares Victory in Primary” by The Associated Press for New York Times


Pennsylvania: “With FBI Probing City Hall, Allentown Council Widens Contract Role” by Paul Muschick for Allentown Morning Call

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