Ethics and Campaign Finance Weekend Report - State and Federal Communications

January 19, 2013  •  

Ethics and Campaign Finance Weekend Report

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Lawmakers in Southeast call for ethics reform” by Nicholas Kusnetz in The Center for Public Integrity.

Louisiana: “Former New Orleans mayor indicted on federal corruption charges” by Michael Martinez in CNN News.

Oregon:  “Oregon ethics board: Gov. John Kitzhaber can be paid speaker fees” by Christian Gaston in the Oregonian.

Citizens United

Overturning Citizens United” by Tim Redmond in the San Francisco Bay Guardian.

Maryland: “Rally in Annapolis protests Citizens United decision” by Hannah Anderson in the Daily Record.

New Jersey: “N.J. coalition calls for overturn of ‘Citizens United’ campaign contribution decision” by Phil Gregory in Newsworks New Jersey.

Washington: “Sen. Kline wants a state response to Citizens United” by Brad Shannon in The Olympian.

Legislative Issues

Poll: 75 percent want Hill term limits” by Katie Glueck in Politico.

Arkansas:  “Lawmakers complete first week of session” by Rob Moritz in Arkansas News

Government Social Media

CIO Council to agency IT shops: Get smart on social media and open government” in NextGov.

Open Government

Florida: “Senate starts over in quest to build a transparency website” by Mary Ellen Klas in the Miami Herald.

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