Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 14, 2015  •  

Monday News Roundup

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California: “Stricter Rules Proposed For Reporting ‘Payments To Influence’” by Ben Bradford on Capital Public Radio

Campaign Finance

Campaign Finance Reform Explained With Cartoons” by Rio Tazewell in The Huffington Post

Romney super PAC fined” by Theodoric Meyer in Politico.

Oregon: “Campaign finance reform still unresolved” by Gordon Friedman in the Statesman Journal

Ethics

New York: “Governor Cuomo Promises More Ethics Reforms” on WNYC

New York: “Cuomo previews ethics reform plans and closing LLC loophole” by Matthew Hamilton in the Albany Times Union

New York: “Facing Criticism, Assemblyman Says He Is Declining Consulting Job” by MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM in The New York Times

Elections

Iowa: “Terry Branstad Breaks Record for Longest-Serving U.S. Governor” by Alan Greenblatt in Governing

Texas: “In Close Race, Houston Elects Democratic Mayor Sylvester Turner” by Mike Morris and Rebecca Elliott in Governing

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