September 16, 2013 •
Monday News Roundup
“Senior Cornyn counsel joins McBee Strategic” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.
Minnesota: “Lobbyists spend most time, money lobbying mining bill in Wisconsin Legislature” by Scott Bauer (Associated Press) in the Star Tribune.
“Next big case on campaign contribution limits likely depends on chief justice’s vote” by Debra Cassens Weiss in ABA Journal.
“Bachmann Hires ‘Fixer’ for Campaign Money Troubles” by Emily Pierce and Eliza Newlin Carney in Roll Call.
“Report: Boehner Has Campaign Finance Troubles” by Matt Fuller in Roll Call.
Delaware: “Special prosecutor probes Gov. Jack Markell’s 2008 campaign” by Maureen Milford in the News Journal.
Pennsylvania: “U.S. subpoenas records of five Phila. Judges” by Craig R. McCoy, Mark Fazlollah, and Dylan Purcell in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Rhode Island: “R.I. Board of Elections owed more than $1.4 million in campaign fines” by Philip Marcelo in the Providence Journal.
Florida: “Ethics panel to review Fla. Gov. finances” by The Associated Press in the South Florida Times.
Pennslvania: “Ethics panel asked to review promotion of AG’s sister” by John Finnerty in the Tribune-Democrat.
California: “Voting Rights Act leading California cities to dump at-large elections” by Jean Merl in the Los Angeles Times.
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