Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 24, 2014  •  

Monday News Roundup

Government Relations NewsEthics

Hawaii: “Hawaii Attorney General to Appeal Financial Disclosure Ruling” by Nathan Eagle for Honolulu Civil Beat

Indiana: “Indiana Ethics Chief Seeks Changes after Scandals” by The Associated Press for Indianapolis Business Journal

Michigan: “State Employees Fired, Disciplined after Accepting Gifts from Grandville Contractor” by Emily Lawler for

Pennsylvania: “Final 2 Pa. Turnpike Public Corruption Defendants Plead Guilty, Receive 5 Years of Probation” by Mark Scolforo (Associated Press) for Columbus Republic


Washington’s Lobbying Corps Populated By Former Lawmakers, Staffers” by Austin Jenkins for KUOW

Campaign Finance

Senate Pockets More than $4 Million of Campaign Cash” by Kellan Howell

for Washington Times

Arizona: “Horne Pays $10,000 Settlement in Campaign-Violations Case” by Julia Shumway for Arizona Republic

Ohio: “Ex-Suarez Corp. CFO Michael Giorgio Sentenced to More Than 2 Years in Prison – Nearly Double Ben Suarez’s Time” by James McCarty for Cleveland Plain Dealer

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