Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 27, 2014  •  

Monday News Roundup

Government Relations NewsLobbying

Pa. Lobbyist Fees Increased to Pay for Public Disclosure Database” by Christian Alexandersen for Harrisburg Patriot-News

Campaign Finance

IRS Notches Legal Victory in Tea Party Cases” by Rachel Bade for Politico

District of Columbia: “Guilty Plea for Hakim Sutton, Former Treasurer of Disgraced D.C. Council Member” by Aaron Davis for Washington Post

Montana: “Judge Refuses to Enjoin State Campaign Finance Laws” by Charles Johnson for Helena Independent Record


Florida: “Former Homestead Mayor, Wife Reaped $200,000 from Favor Seekers” by Michael Vasquez for Miami Herald

Georgia: “Five Questions the Georgia State Ethics Investigation of Governor Nathan Deal’s 2010 Campaign Never Answered” by Jim Walls for Atlanta Magazine

Kentucky: “State Rep. Keith Hall Indicted on Bribery Charge” by John Cheves for Lexington Herald-Leader

Philadelphia, PA: “Ex-Traffic Court Judge Charged in Once Abandoned Sting Case” by Craig McCoy and Angela Couloumbis for Philadelphia Inquirer

North Providence, RI: “Developer Baccari Found Not Guilty in North Providence Corruption Scandal” by Mark Reynolds for Providence Journal

Wisconsin: “Rep. Bill Kramer Faces Jail Time after Pleading to Sexual Assault” by Bruce Vielmetti for Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

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