Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 29, 2015  •  

Monday News Roundup


Massachusetts: “Suffolk Sheriff Fined for ‘Coercive Use’ of His Position” by Michael Norton State House News Service for Fitchburg Sentinel & EnterpriseGovernment Relations News

California: “County Supervisors Appear Ready to Support an Ethics Commission” by Nick Gerda for Voice of OC

Colorado: “Denver Gives Red Light to Inspectors Consulting for Marijuana Industry” by Jon Murray for Denver Post

Florida: “Meggs among Supporters of Anti-Corruption Bill” by Jeff Burlew for Tallahassee Democrat

Massachusetts: “Massachusetts Public Official Financial Records Obscured by State Law” by Dan Glaun for MassLive


“‘Lobbying’ Firm Raises More Questions than Answers” by Megan Wilson for The Hill

 “When Lobbyists Collide” by James Panichi for Politico

Campaign Finance:

Washington: “Tim Eyman Investigation Referred to AG’s Office” by Joseph O’Sullivan for Seattle Times

Pennsylvania: “Allentown Council to Vote on Anti-Pay-to-Play Bill” by Emily Opilo for Allentown Morning Call


North Carolina: “2016 N.C. Primary Set for March” by Bertrand Gutiérrez for Winston-Salem Journal

Legislative Issues:

“House Speaker John Boehner to Resign at End of October” by Mike DeBonis and Paul Kane for Washington Post

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