October 24, 2011 •
News You Can Use Digest – October 24, 2011
Deep Sea Burial Forms First Corporate ‘Super PAC’
ACLU Challenge to Small Piece of Campaign Finance Law May Lead to a Slippery Slope
Judge Sends Abramoff Deputy to Halfway House
K Street Suffers from Twitter Jitters
From the States and Municipalities:
APOC Busy as Redistricting Raises Legislators’ Questions
California’s Center for Governmental Studies to Close
San Jose Eases Campaign Limits, Focuses Economic Efforts
To Interview Mayor, Reporters Must Register as Lobbyists
Judge Bars Group’s Ads Supporting David Williams from Airing
Lally, DiMasi Conspirator Who Cooperated with Prosecutors, Sentenced to 18 Months
Group Asks Judge to Toss Campaign Finance Ruling
Nutter, Green Unlikely Allies in Same-Sex Ethics Bill
Corporations Signing Up to Donate Under New State Law
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