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April 8, 2013  •  

Monday News Roundup


K Street Files: Former Obama Health Care Guru Heads to K Street” by Kate Ackley in Roll Call.

Rules of the Game: Lame-Duck FEC Invites Scofflaws” by Eliza Newlin Carney in Roll Call.

Top GOP House aide goes to K Street” by Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.

California: “Charities are engaged in California political fights” by Torey Van Oot in the Sacramento Bee.

Campaign Finance

Arkansas: “Ark. lawmakers OK proposal to put campaign finance constitutional amendment on the ballot” by The Associated Press in The Republic.

New Jersey: “Donors behind millions in N.J. political contributions kept secret, analysis finds” by Christopher Baxter in the Star-Ledger.


Why Washington is corrupt” by Lawrence Lessig on CNN News.

Arizona: “Panel on constitutional amendments endorses ethics proposal” by John Lyon in Arkansas News.

New York: “Lhota, at City Hall, Proposes Ways to Curb Corruption” by David M. Halbfinger in The New York Times.

Texas: “Texas ethics watchdog hardly ever barks” by Rick Casey in the Express-News.

Virginia: “Cuccinelli denies conflict of interest claims” by Julian Walker in The Virginian-Pilot.

Open Government

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin won’t budge on executive privilege claim concerning emails” by Zeke Campfield in The Oklahoman.

Social Media

For pols, Tumblr is trending” by Kevin Cirilli in Politico.

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