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March 13, 2017  •  

Monday’s Government Relations and Ethics News


Gramm’s Border-Tax Crusade Would Help His Firm” by Isaac Arnsdorf for Politico

Florida: “House Passes Six Year Ban on Lobbying for Former Lawmakers, Elected Officials” by Allison Neilson for Sunshine State News

Virginia: “Virginia Lawmakers Are Accepting Drastically Fewer Gifts in Post-McDonnell Era, Data Shows” by Will Houp for The Virginian-Pilot

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Canada: “RCMP to Investigate Political Donations in B.C.” by Ian Bailey, Kathy Tomlinson and Justine Hunter for The Globe and Mail

Pennsylvania: “McCord to Star in Trial Involving Pennsylvania Treasury Fees” by Marc Levy (Associated Press) for Philadelphia Inquirer


Suing Trump on Ethics? Good Luck Making Your Case” by Isaac Arnsdorf and Darren Samuelsohn for Politico

California: “Garcetti Bans Private Meetings Between Developers and Planning Commissioners” by Emily Alpert Reyes for Los Angeles Times

Maine: “Official Now Says Rep. Tipping Likely Violated Maine Ethics Law” by Scott Thistle for Portland Press Herald

New Mexico: “NM House Backs Independent Ethics Panel” by Dan McKay for Albuquerque Journal

South Dakota: “SD Governor Signs into Law Bills to Replace Voter-Approved Ethics Measure” by Staff for KOTA

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