Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 10, 2016  •  

Monday News Roundup

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Trump Transition Team and GOP Lobbyists Are Inching Toward Mutual Acceptance” by Catherine Ho for Washington Post

Lobbyists Test Post-Crisis Rules for Boards” by Theo Francis and Brody Mullins (Wall Street Journal) for Investor Relations

Alabama: “Gifts to Teachers Worth More Than $25 Can Be OK, Ethics Commission Says” by Mike Cason for AL.com

Campaign Finance

Tight Governors’ Races Loosen Political Purse Strings” by Ben Wieder for Center for Public Integrity

With Senate Control at Stake, Koch Groups Start Endorsing by Name” by Carl Hulse for New York Times

Colorado: “Ruling Against Colorado Disclosure Law Left Intact” by Kenneth Doyle for Bloomberg BNA

Ethics

Texas: “Texas Senator Calls State Ethics Commission ‘Arrogant’ and ‘Haught’” by Jim Malewitz for Texas Tribune

Elections

The Time I Found Donald Trump’s Tax Records in My Mailbox” by Susanne Craig for New York Times

Trump Recorded Having Extremely Lewd Conversation About Women in 2005” by David Fahrenthold for Washington Post

In Second Debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Spar in Bitter, Personal Terms” by Patrick Healy and Jonathan Martin for New York Times

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