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February 19, 2018  •  

Monday’s Government and Ethics News

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National: “Trump’s Inaugural Committee Paid $26 Million to Firm of First Lady’s Adviser” by Maggie Haberman and Kenneth Vogel for New York Times

New York: “Citizens United Can’t Hide Donor Lists from NY” by Nick Rummell for Courthouse News Service

Texas: “Austinites May Soon Be Able to Directly Support Candidates Through Voucher Donations” by Jessi Devenyns for Austin Monitor


National: “Mueller Charges 13 Russian Nationals with Interfering in 2016 Election” by Louis Nelson for Politico


National: “Kelli Ward Touts Endorsement from Fake-News Site” by Jason Schwartz and Shawn Musgrave for Politico

District of Columbia: “D.C. Council Member Proposed Bill That Would Have Helped Firm That Offered His Son an Internship” by Fenit Nirappil for Washington Post

Tennessee: “How $225,000 Can Help Secure a Pollution Loophole at Trump’s E.P.A.” by Eric Lipton for New York Times


National: “K Street Reinvents Itself in the Era of Trump” by Kate Ackley for Roll Call

Delaware: “Lobbyists No Longer Have a Dedicated Room in Legislative Hall” by Scott Gross for Wilmington News Journal

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