Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 19, 2015  •  

Monday News Roundup

Government Relations NewsLobbying

Illegal Lobbying Practice Got Scant Pentagon Attention” by Austin Wright for Politico

Campaign Finance

How Trump Blurs the Line” by Katy O’Donnell for Politico

‘Outsider’ Presidential Candidates Prove Competitive in Fund-Raising” by Nicholas Confessore and Eric Lichtblau for New York Times

California: “New California Rules Meant to Deter Coordination in Campaigns” by Jim Miller for Sacramento Bee


Arizona: “Public Disservice: Few punished in Arizona discrimination cases” by Rob O’Dell and Craig Harris for Arizona Republic

California: “In Sacramento, Limits Are Few on Revolving Door between Government and Private Jobs” by John Myers for KQED

Hawaii: “Kirk Caldwell’s Many ‘Tokens of Aloha’ Came from Influential Parties” by Nick Grube for Honolulu Civil Beat

New York: “Reform Proposals Fly as Panel Evaluates Ethics Watchdog” by Samar Khurshid for Gotham Gazette

Ohio: “Court Documents: A second Redflex executive pleaded guilty in bribery conspiracy” by Doug Caruso for Columbus Dispatch

Pennsylvania: “Ethics, Campaign Finance Bills Advance in Pittsburgh City Council” by Robert Zullo for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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