Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 25, 2016  •  

Monday News Roundup


Lobby Firms Reap Benefits of an Active Congress” by Catherine Ho for Washington Post

Campaign Finance

Court Rejects Push for Stricter Disclosure on Super PAC Ads” by Josh Gerstein for Politico

Corruption’s Not the Problem, It’s Inequality” by Richard Hasen for

Massachusetts: “Sen. Joyce to Pay Nearly $5,000 to Resolve Campaign Finance Issues” by Andrea Estes for Boston Globe


Pennsylvania: “Allentown Council Unanimous in No Confidence Vote on Mayor Ed Pawlowski” by Emily Opilo for Allentown Morning Call


Donald Trump or Ted Cruz? Republicans Argue Over Who Is Greater Threat” by Jonathan Martin for New York Times

Legislative Issues

Kansas: “Senate Chairman’s Rules Block Female Witnesses in Revealing Attire” by Tim Carpenter for Topeka Capital-Journal

Mississippi: “Republicans Gain Edge with Vote to Unseat Mississippi Democrat” by Richard Fausset and Alan Blinder for New York Times

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