Monday's Government and Ethics News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 25, 2017  •  

Monday’s Government and Ethics News Roundup

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Connecticut: SEEC asks Malloy to keep campaign finance law out of future budget negotiations by Mike Savino for Record-Journal

Pennsylvania: Former candidate hopefuls face action from revamped Pittsburgh ethics board by Chris Potter for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Trump Pledges to Campaign for Moore if Strange Loses by Bridget Bowman for Roll Call


Ethics experts say Trump administration far from normal by Rachael Seeley Flores for The Center for Public Integrity

Georgia: Georgia ethics panel will audit candidates in governor’s, mayor’s races by James Salzer for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Corey Lewandowski appears to be working with another lobbying firm by Theodoric Meyer and Daniel Lippman for Politico

Sprint hired Trump-connected lobbyist amid deal talks by Ginger Gibson and Diane Bartz for Reuters

New York: Keith Wright might have to give up job at lobbying firm by  Carl Campanile for New York Post

Utah: Former Utah House speaker named chief lobbyist for Mormon church by Lee Davidson for The Salt Lake Tribune

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