October 5, 2012 •
News You Can Use Digest – October 5, 2012
Selling Votes is Common Type of Election Fraud
For Election Losers, Many Paths through the Political Wilderness
Medical Research Funding Tied to Advocacy, Study Finds
From the States and Municipalities:
Americans for Prosperity Puts Big Money on Legislative Races in Arkansas
Supreme Court Won’t Hear Appeal by Anti-Gay Marriage in Maine Case
Native Americans Chafe at Brown-Warren Race
Campaign Finance Board Rules Minnesota Majority’s Dan McGrath Did Not Break Lobbying Rules
Judge Tosses Montana Campaign Finance Limits
Nevada Secretary of State Seeks More Campaign Disclosure, Restrictions in Aurora Act
Oregon Supreme Court Refuses to Limit Campaign Spending
Pennsylvania Voter ID Law Shouldn’t Be Enforced This Time, Judge Rules
Ethics Commission Sets Hearing on Disclosure of Paid Trips for Officials
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