October 17, 2011 •
News You Can Use Digest – October 17, 2011
Company Shops for Campaign Cash
Former Lobbyist Sent to Jail for a Few Hours for Taking Hill Aides to 2003 World Series Game
‘Scarlet L’ for K Street Returns as Obama Sharpens 2012 Rhetoric on Lobbyists
‘Super PAC’ American Crossroads Seeks Permission to Feature Candidates in Ads
The Outsized Returns from Lobbying
From the States and Municipalities:
California OKs Donations via Text
L.A. Ethics Commission Slaps Developer with Maximum Campaign Fine
Proposed California Regulations Spell Out Gift-Reporting Requirements for Elected Officials
DiMasi Friend Admits Breaking Massachusetts Lobbying Law
GOP Files Lawsuit against Newly Imposed Campaign Contribution Limits in New Mexico
Tennessee Lawmaker Arrested on DUI, Gun Charges
Judge: Republican Governors Association violated Vermont campaign finance laws
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