One Last News Roundup for the Week - State and Federal Communications

November 16, 2012  •  

One Last News Roundup for the Week


Targeting the ‘Lobbyist’ Next Door” by Jeanette M. Petersen in The Wall Street Journal.

K Street Files: The British Are Coming to Venn” by Kate Ackley in Roll Call.

Campaign Finance

Watchdog group files FEC complaint against Crossroads GPS” by T.W. Farnam in The Washington Post.

Technology Leaders Endorse Effort to Overhaul Campaign Finance” by Thomas Kaplan in The New York Times.

California’s political watchdog agency will probe $11 million political donation” by Steven Harmon in the Mercury News.

Michigan: “Campaign finance software updates designed to make filing easier; Candidate committees to experience simpler data entry” in

New York: “NYC Campaign Finance Board Throws The Book At Ex-Brooklyn Councilman Kendall Stewart” by Celeste Katz in New York Daily News.


New York: “Annapolis to rewrite ethics rules for elected officials” by Erin Cox in the Baltimore Sun.

Longtime Oklahoma Ethics Commission workers are honored” by Michael McNutt in the Oklahoman.

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