Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 14, 2016  •  

Monday News Roundup


Trump Victory Could Mean Big Business for K Street” by Catherine Ho for The Washington Post

S.F. Budget Set-Asides Mostly Pass; Noncitizens May Get a Vote” by Jenna Lyons and Emily Green for San Francisco Chronicle

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FEC Inspector General Says Top Agency Official Duped Her into Releasing Confidential Criticisms” by Dave Levinthal for The Center for Public Integrity

Arizona AG to Investigate Spending by Minimum-Wage Advocates Yes on 206” by Alia Beard Rau for The Arizona Republic


Feds: Clinton Twp. trustee indicted in Rizzo scandal led us to others” by Tresa Baldas and Christina Hall for Detroit Free Press

Donald Trump, New York Corruption, and a Loss of Faith in Institutions” by William Fowler for Gotham Gazette


Over 70 Nations Have Been Led by Women. So Why Not the U.S.?” by Katrin Bennhold and Rick Gladstone for The New York Times

The Electoral College Is Hated by Many. So Why Does It Endure?” by Jonathan Mahler and Steve Eder for The New York Times

What Went Wrong with the 2016 Polls?” by Vann R. Newkirk II for The Atlantic

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