October 26, 2012 •
One Last News Roundup for the Week
“American League of Lobbyists asks for end to registration loopholes” by Kent Hoover in the New Mexico Business Weekly.
“K Street’s Q4 Expectations” by Michael Catalini in the National Journal’s Influence Alley.
Ohio: “Ethics laws could get overhaul” by Jim Siegel in The Columbus Dispatch.
“Former IRS Official Accuses ALEC of Lying About Assets” by Janie Lorber in Roll Call.
“Poll: Majority wants corporate money out of politics” by Jordy Jager in The Hill.
California: “California Watchdog Sues Arizona Nonprofit over Secret Donation” by McClatchy News in Governing.
New York: “Bill: Jail campaign finance report scofflaws” by Rick Karlin in the Albany Times Union.
New York: “Super PAC clout under challenge” by Jimmy Vielkind in the Albany Times Union.
Campaigns and Elections
“Presidential election hits $2B fundraising mark” by Beth Fouhy in The Associated Press.
“Bing Releases ‘One-Stop-Shop’ for Election 2012 Info” by Alex Fitzpatrick in Mashable.
“Survey: Campaign contributors stick to traditional tools” by Josh Smith in Nextgov.
Alaska: “Alaska state Senate candidate Bell fined $390 by APOC over disclosure requirement” by The Associated Press in The Republic.
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