January 21, 2013 •
Monday News Roundup
“Obama Expected to Ease Lobby Posture” by Kate Ackley in Roll Call.
“K Street Files: Lieberman Aide to Artemis Strategies” by Kate Ackley in Roll Call.
Canada: “Canada finance minister apologizes after reprimand for lobbying” by David Ljunggren in Reuters.
Texas: “Lobbying groups maintain presence in state capitol during legislative session” by Enrique Rangel in the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
“10 biggest beneficiaries of Citizens United” by Laura Gottesdiener in Salon.
Colorado: “Denver rally calls for campaign finance changes” on ABC 7 News.
Colorado: “Who is and isn’t obeying Colo. voters on campaign finance?” by Brandon Rittiman in NBC 9 News.
Indiana: “Hoosiers Protest Citizens United In Indianapolis” by Brandon Smith in Indiana Public Media.
“Obama’s Ethics Agenda Backfires” by Eliza Newlin Carney in Roll Call.
Florida: “Major ethics bill unveiled in Tallahassee” in the St. Augustine Record.
Idaho: “House takes up push to revamp ethics commission” by The Associated Press in the Idaho Statesman.
Kentucky: “Metro Council to ask legislature to approve subpoena power for Ethics Commission” by Sheldon S. Shafer in the Courier-Journal.
Texas: “The Texas Tribune launches interactive Lawmaker Explorer tool” by Ryan Lakich in CultureMap Austin.
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