February 13, 2012 •
News You Can Use Digest – February 13, 2012
Ethics Reform Bill to Ban Insider Trading by Congress Members, Executive Branch by House
Obama Yields in Marshaling of Super PAC
From the States and Municipalities:
Arizona Supreme Court Bars Candidate with Limited English
High-Speed Rail Tapped State Fund for Unusual Lobbying Contract
For Donovan, Lobbyist Bucks Seep Through Loophole
With House Bill Stalled, Senator Targets Lobbyist Gifts
Critics Worry Senate Ad Will Revive Asian-Bashing
Schweitzer Appoints Former Labor Leader to Head Political Ethics Office
FBI Created Fake Company during Investigation of Oklahoma Legislature
New Rules Would Target ‘Bundlers’ Who Raise Big Sums for Austin Races
W.Va. Lawmakers Navigate Lobby Ban, Social Media
Wisconsin GOP Leader Admits He’s Packing Heat in State Assembly
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