Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 22, 2016  •  

Monday News Roundup

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How One Family’s Deep Pockets Helped Reshape Donald Trump’s Campaign” by Nicholas Confessore for New York Times

Rep. Ami Bera’s Father Sentenced to Prison for Funneling Money to His Son’s Campaigns” by John Myers and Sophia Bollag for Los Angeles Times

Florida: “South Florida Politicians Repeatedly Fined for Failing to Disclose Donors on Time” by Alex Daugherty for Miami Herald

Maryland: “Grass Roots Group Eyes Launch of ‘Citizen-Funded’ Campaign System” by Fatimah Waseem for Baltimore Sun

New Jersey: “ELEC Unable to Meet Because of Vacancies” by Briana Vannozzi for NJTV News


No Record That Clinton, Aides Took Required Ethics Training” by Anita Kumar for McClatchy DC

Ex-Officials Use Court Ruling to Attack Bribery Convictions” by Maryclaire Dale (Associated Press) for Washington Times

Florida: “County Estimate to Search for Nine Days of Correspondence: $22,000” by Douglas Hanks for Miami Herald

Idaho: “Idaho lawmakers Guthrie, Perry Face Investigation Over Alleged Affair” by Kimberlee Kruesi (Associated Press) for Idaho Statesman

New Jersey: “Judge in Newark Blasts U.S. Attorney for Seeking Light Sentences in Corruption Cases” by Salvador Rizzo for Bergen Record


Clinton Foundation to Restrict Foreign, Corporate Donations If Hillary Clinton Wins” by Abby Phillip and Rosalind Helderman for Washington Post

Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort Resigns” by Robert Costa, Dan Balz, and Jose DelReal for Washington Post

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