Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 29, 2013  •  

Monday News Roundup


Social media emerge as players in state capitols” by Brad Cooper in the Kansas City Star.

Hawaii: “Has Hawaii Given Up On Lobbying Congress?” by Kery Murakami in Honolulu Civil Beat.

Campaign Finance

California: “Interactive graphic lets voters follow the money in mayor’s race” by David Zahniser, Maloy Moore and Anthony Pesce in the Los Angeles Times.

California: “California declines to update campaign data online” by Jusy Lin (Associated Press) in the Redding Record Searchlight.

New York: “Public campaign finance debate heats up in Albany” by Jon Campbell in the Journal News.


Tuesday Discussion on the FEC-The Day The Terms of All Commissioners Will Have Expired” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call’s Political Moneyline.

South Carolina: “Bid to reform state ethics draws fire” by Tim Smith in the Greenville News.

South Dakota: “South Dakota lawmakers don’t see conflict of interest problems in the Legislature” by David Montgomery in the Argus Leader.

Government Tech and Social Media

Open Source Tech is Driving Big Changes in Government” by Joseph Marks and Mark Micheli in Nextgov.

San Francisco Hires New Chief Information Officer” by Sarah Lai Stirland in TechPresident.

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