Thursday Government Relations News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 12, 2017  •  

Thursday Government Relations News Roundup


Connecticut: “CT’s Largest Lobbying Firms Led by Women” by Patricia Daddona for

Florida: “Brevard County Commissioners Reject Lobbying Rules” by Dave Berman for Florida Today

Missouri: “Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley Announces New Ethics Policy” by Jason Hancock for Kansas City Star

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California: “L.A. Politicians Propose Banning Campaign Contributions from Developers” by David Zahniser and Emily Alpert Reyes for Los Angeles Times

California: “Ethics Watchdog Turns in Her Own Group” by Martin Wisckol for Orange County Register

Kentucky: “Report: Beshear officials shook down 16 workers” by Tom Loftus for Louisville Courier-Journal


How a Sensational, Unverified Dossier Became a Crisis for Donald Trump” by Scott Shane, Nicholas Confessore, and Matthew Rosenberg for The New York Times

Trump Won’t Drop Business Ties” by Josh Dawsey and Darren Samuelsohn for Politico

Maryland: “Former Md. State Del. Will Campos Pleads Guilty to Accepting Bribes for Official Favors” by Lynh Bui and Arelis Hernandez for The Washington Post

North Carolina: “Cooper Expands Lawsuit Over Power Struggle with Legislature” by Craig Jarvis for Raleigh News & Observer

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