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March 6, 2017  •  

Monday’s Government Relations and Ethics News


California: “California Lawmakers Report Accepting $518,000 in Gifts, Including Travel and Expensive Meals” by Patrick McGreevy, Melanie Mason, and Chris Megerian for Los Angeles Times

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Massachusetts: “Boston Law Firm Could Be Charged on Donations” by Andea Estes and Viveca Novak for Boston Globe

Washington: “Ferguson Delivers the Laundry Bill: Grocery Manufacturers told to pay $1.1 million” by Joel Connoly for Seattle Post-Intelligencer


New EPA Head Told Congress He Never Used Personal Email for Government Business. But It Turns Out He Did.” by Steven Mufson for Washington Post

Majority Rule Means the Power to Stop, Not Just Start, an Investigation” by Carl Hulse for New York Times

Kushner and Flynn Met with Russian Envoy in December, White House Says” by Michael Schmidt, Matthew Rosenberg, and Matt Apuzzo for New York Times

Arkansas: “Ex-Arkansas Senator Indicted by U.S.; 2 Others Accused in Kickbacks Case” by Doug Thompson for Arkansas Online

North Carolina: “Court Ruling Throws Status of Ethics, Elections Panels into Doubt” by Laura Leslie and Mark Binker for WRAL

Utah: “Jury Acquits John Swallow of All Charges” by Dennis Romboy and McKenzie Romero for Deseret News

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