July 21, 2014 •
Monday News Roundup
“Small K Street shops see business boom” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.
“Lobbyists Of All Kinds Flock To Farm Bill” by Peggy Lowe and Harvest Public Media on KUNC.
New York: “Taxpayer money used to pay lobbyists” by Joseph Spector on WGRZ News.
New York: “Four lobbying groups can keep donors private” by Joseph Spector in The Journal News.
New York: “New Bitcoin Lobbying, Trade Association Announced” by Paul Vigna in The Wall Street Journal.
Alaska: “APOC fines Anchorage Mayor Sullivan for campaign finance law violation” by Devin Kelly in the Alaska Dispatch News.
Orange County, CA: “FPPC role in campaign finance will go to vote” by Jill Cowan in the Daily Pilot.
Florida: “More than $200 million in outside money floods Florida elections since ‘Citizens United’” by Alex Leary in the Tampa Bay Times.
Michigan: “Outside groups influence campaigns” by Todd Spangler in the Lansing State Journal.
New Hampshire: “Can N.H.’s New Campaign Finance Rules Hold Up In Court?” by Brian Wallstin on New Hampshire Public Radio.
Tennessee: “Follow the Money: Hill, Van Huss campaign finances largely from outside PACs” by Gary B. Gray in the Johnson City Press.
Pennsylvania: “Pennsylvania’s members of Congress take more free, legal trips” by Hope Yen (Associated Press) in The Sentinel.
South Carolina: “Recent developments show SC government growing less transparent” by Jamie Self in the Rock Hill Herald.
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