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March 12, 2018  •  

Monday’s Government and Ethics News

Campaign Finance

National: “New Federal Rules on Facebook and Google Ads May Not Be in Place for 2018 Midterms” by Michelle Ye Hee Lee and Tony Romm for Washington Post

Canada: “Liberals Plan New Election Rules for Foreign, Domestic Pressure Groups” by Alex Boutilier for Toronto Star

Elections

National: “How Russian Trolls Crept into the Trump Campaign’s Facebook Message” by Kenneth Vogel for New York Times

Ethics

District of Columbia: “A D.C. Lawmaker Took on Mayor Muriel Bowser. Three Days Later, He Backed Down.” by Peter Jamison and Perry Stein for Washington Post

Florida: “State Ethics Board Sides with Watchdog Over Hagan, Hillsborough County” by Noah Pransky for WTSP

Illinois: “Berrios’ Assessor’s Office Gives Tax Break to Firm’s Lobbying Client” by Chuck Neubauer and Sandy Bergo (Better Government Association) for Chicago Daily Herald

Maryland: “Former Baltimore County Schools Leader Dallas Dance Pleads Guilty to Perjury” by Liz Bowie for Baltimore Sun

Lobbying

New Jersey: “Lobbying in New Jersey: Here is who’s spending millions to shape how you live” by Nicholas Pugliese for Bergen Record

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