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June 12, 2017  •  

Monday’s Government Relations and Ethics News


New York: “Uber Reaches $98K Settlement Over Millions in Unreported Lobbying” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Ohio: “Ohio Lobbyists Fail to Report $55,000 in Legislative Gifts for First 4 Months of 2017” by Jane Morice for Cleveland Plain Dealer

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Florida: “$200K War Chest Isn’t Mine, Beach Commissioner Says. But the Handwriting Is.” by Nicholas Nehamas and Joey Flechas for Miami Herald

Maine: “Attorneys for Maine Casino Referendum Backers Refuse to Accept Ethics Panel’s Subpoenas” by Michael Shepherd (Bangor Daily News) for Lewiston Sun Journal

Wisconsin: “Wisconsin Democrats Join Good-Government Groups in Push for Campaign Finance Reform” by Louis Weisberg for Wisconsin Gazette


GOP Lawmaker Talked Stocks with Colleagues” by Scott Wong for The Hill

Canada: “Trudeau Having Trouble Finding Replacements for Ethics, Lobbying Watchdogs” by Joan Bryden (Canadian Press) for National Post

California: “City Council Backs Boosting Experience for Future Ethics Commission Members” by Debbie Sklar (City News Service) for Times of San Diego

Pennsylvania: “Ex-Pa. Treasurer Pleads Guilty to Lying to the FBI” by Angela Couloumbis for Philadelphia Inquirer

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