December 17, 2012 •
Monday News Roundup
“The Question at the Heart of Citizens United” by Paul Sherman in Jurist.
“D.C. campaign finance misdeeds call for further inquiry” opinion piece by Colbert I. King in the Washington Post.
“New lobbying firm spans both sides of the aisle” by AnnMarie Timmins in the Concord Monitor.
“House Ethics Confirms Cases of Owens, Schock” by Amanda Becker in Roll Call.
Oklahoma: “Ethics Commission top post to be offered to 1 of 4 finalists” by Michael McNutt in Tulsa World.
South Carolina: “Haley tells ethics panel their work will produce results” by Tim Smith in the Greenville News.
Maine: “Campaign tracking becoming year-round practice in Maine” by Glenn Adams (Associated Press) in the Bangor Daily News.
North Dakota: “Finding room at the inn isn’t always easy for legislators” by Nick Smith in the Bismarck Tribune.
Texas: “Seeking Fresh Policies and Faces, Lawmakers Push for Term Limits” by Ross Ramsey in the New York Times.
South Dakota: “Open government receives boost” by David Montgomery in the Argus Leader.
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