April 28, 2014 •
Monday News Roundup
“After three-year slump, K Street shows signs of growth” by Catherine Ho in The Washington Post.
Kansas: “FBI investigating influence peddling by Brownback confidants” by Steve Kraske in The Kansas City Star.
“FEC Provides New Resources for 2014 Elections” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.
“John Paul Stevens to testify on ‘dark money’” by Burgess Everett in Politico.
“McCutcheon Restores Power to Congressional Campaigns | Commentary” by Tim Peckinpaugh and Steve Roberts in Roll Call.
“Michael Grimm expected to be indicted” by John Bresnahan and Jake Sherman in Politico.
Georgia: “Local lawmakers ignore transparency laws” by Catherine Beck on WXIA News.
“Ethics panel investigates Steve Stockman” by Lauren French in Politico.
“House Members Needing and Paying for Attorneys” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.
Florida: “Broward County Mayor Barbara Sharief appears before ethics commission” by Carlos Suarez on WPLG News.
Indiana: “Indiana lawmakers struggle with ethics system” by Tom LoBianco in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Colorado: “5 Things To Know in the Colorado Legislature” by The Associated Press in the San Francisco Chronicle.
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