December 28, 2012 •
One Last News Roundup for the Week
“House Ethics Ends Countrywide Loan Probe” by Amanda Becker in Roll Call.
“House Ethics closes Countrywide probe without taking action” by Peter Schroeder in The Hill.
“House Ethics Amends Private Travel Rules” by Amanda Becker in Roll Call.
Louisiana: “Louisiana Board of Ethics to challenge Baton Rouge Mayor in appeals court” by Quincy Hodges in the New Orleans Times Picayune.
“Our states vouch for transparent campaign financing” opinion piece by U.S. Sens. Ron Wyden and Lisa Murkowski in the Washington Post.
“Lisa Murkowski crosses aisle to reign in Super PACs” by Jill Burke in the Alaska Dispatch.
South Carolina: “South Carolina campaign funding will face scrutiny” by Stephen Largen in the Post and Courier.
“Former lobbyist, state legislator John Quimby dies at 77” by Torey Van Oot in the Sacramento Bee.
Maryland: “Gambling companies doubled down on lobbying Md. lawmakers over past year” by John Wagner in the Washington Post.
“Ed Markey to run for Kerry’s Senate seat” by Rachel Weiner in the Washington Post.
“Should Kansas switch dates for elections?” by The Associated Press in the Kansas City Star.
Michigan: “Michigan lawmakers get perks beyond salaries” by Kristen M. Daum in Lansing State Journal.
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