March 4, 2013 •
Monday News Roundup
“Home Sweet K Street” by Kate Ackley in Roll Call.
“Political campaign finance reform advocates to hold ‘K Street 5K’ in DC, Apr 13” by Karen Ruben in The Examiner.
Arizona: “Arizona House legislation would allow for campaign finance changes” by Howard Fischer in the East Valley Tribune.
Georgia: “Florida’s ethics reforms offer glimpse of Georgia’s future” by Chris Joyner in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
New York: “NYC public advocate: State, local governments must lead efforts to regulate dark money” by Michael Beckel in the Center for Public Integrity.
Vermont: “New twist on campaign finance debate” by Peter Hirschfeld in the Times Argus.
West Virginia: “Senate President supports public campaign finance bill” on West Virginia Public Broadcasting.
“Suit Over How Larry Craig Paid Legal Bills Heads To Court” by Jessica Robinson in Boise State Public Radio.
Florida: “Bill would strengthen Florida Commission on Ethics enforcement” by Jeff Marcu in First Coast News.
Tennessee: “Rep. Curry Todd lived rent-free in lobbyist’s home” by Nate Rau in The Tennessean.
Utah: “Senate panel advances bill for executive branch ethics commission” by Dennis Romboy in the Deseret News.
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