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April 24, 2017  •  

Monday’s Government Relations and Ethics News

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Wisconsin: Wisconsin Supreme Court Rejects Recusal Changes When Campaign Donors Are Litigants by Patrick Marley for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


Trump Adviser’s Visit to Moscow Got the F.B.I.’s Attention by Scott Shane, Mark Mazzetti, and Adam Goldman for New York Times

Can Elections Like Georgia’s Help Predict Future Races? By Jonah Engel Bromwich for New York Times


Alabama: Drug Store Owner Pushes Legislation Helping Out Drug Stores, and That’s OK in Alabama by John Sharp for

Florida: Ethics Panel Pushes Back Against Legislative Oversight by Jim Turner (News Service of Florida) for Lakeland Ledger

Montana: MT Ethics Chief Ducks Bulk of Lawmaker’s Suit by Eve Byron for Courthouse News Service

Washington: 1995 Tweak to Law Exempts State Lawmakers from Disclosure by Rachel LaCorte (Associated Press) for The Columbian


Tennessee: Tennessee Legislators Vote to Require Disclosure of Trips Funded by Lobbyists by Andy Sher for Chattanooga Times Free Press

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