October 19, 2012 •
News You Can Use Digest – October 19, 2012
American Bridge Super PAC Uses Unique Research, Tracking Strategy to Hold Republicans Accountable
Lobbyists Ready for a Comeback under Romney
From the States and Municipalities:
91-Year-Old Alabama Mayor Admits to $201,000 Theft
Campaign Watchdogs Say Arizona Group’s $11 Million Donation Exploits Loophole in California Law
Legislature’s New Leaders Back Tough Ethics Reform
Loopholes Abound in Some Lobbyist Gift Bans
City Axes Speed Camera Firm’s Bid, Citing Delay in Reporting Ethics Case
Montana Contribution Limits in Place through Election
Bergen Executive’s Veto of Changes to Political-Contributions Law Draws No Challenge
Ohio Early Voting Cleared by High Court in Obama Victory
Oklahoma Ethics Commission Will Lose Three Key Workers on Same Day
Lobbyists’ Checks Buy Lawmaker Access
Seattle City Council Revamps Campaign Finance Rules
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