Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 19, 2016  •  

Monday News Roundup


Chaka Fattah’s K Street Friends Stand by Him” by Sean McMinn for Roll Call

Nonprofit Seeks to Crowdfund Lobbying” by Megan Wilson for The Hill

Campaign Finance

Whom to Vote for? Employees Tend to Follow Their Leader” by Andrew Ross Sorkin for New York Times

New Records Shed Light on Donald Trump’s $25,000 Gift to Florida Official” by Kevin Sack and Steve Eder for New York Times

Florida: “Appeals Court Declines to Put Campaign-Finance Rules on Ballot” by Douglas Hanks for Miami Herald


White House Women Want to Be in The Room Where It Happens” by Juliet Eilperin for Washington Post

Connecticut: “Wade to Recuse Herself from Anthem-Cigna Review” by Mark Pazniokas for Connecticut Mirror


Sowing Doubt Is Seen as Prime Danger in Hacking Voting System” by David Sanger and Charlie Savage for New York Times

Clinton Campaign Releases Doctor’s Letter Describing ‘Mild’ Pneumonia” by Abby Phillip and Anne Gearan for Washington Post

Virginia: “Va. Supreme Court Finds McAuliffe Not in Contempt on Felon Voting Actions” by Laura Vozzella for Washington Post

Legislative Issues

Why the U.S. Economy Lags: It’s the politics, stupid” by Paul Davidson for USA Today

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