Thursday Government Relations News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 29, 2016  •  

Thursday Government Relations News Roundup

K StreetLobbying

Lobbying Is Not Enough to Build Influence Among U.S. Lawmakers” by Michael Gottlieb and Elise Gurney for Harvard Business Review

New York: “JCOPE Settles with Glenwood, Malpractice Insurer Over Lobbying Violations” by Casey Seiler for Albany Times Union

Campaign Finance

Illinois: “Illinois Governor Donates $50M to His 2018 Campaign Fund” by the Associated Press for The New York Times

New Mexico: “Campaign Finance Reform on Agenda Again in NM” by the Associated Press for Las Cruces Sun News


Wielding Claims of ‘Fake News,’ Conservatives Take Aim at Mainstream Media” by Jeremy Peters for The New York Times

Inside the Trump Organization, the Company That Has Run Trump’s Big World” by Megan Twohey, Russ Buettner, and Steve Eder for The New York Times

Navy Repeatedly Dismissed Evidence That ‘Fat Leonard’ Was Cheating the 7th Fleet” by Craig Whitlock for The Washington Post

Montana: “Montana Governor, Legislators Condemn Plans for White-Nationalist March” by David Weigel for The Washington Post

New York: “A Song for Bill de Blasio Sounds a Sour Note for Watchdogs” by William Neuman for The New York Times

Ohio: “Company Must Pay $100,000 to Columbus in Red-Light Bribery Scheme” by Earl Rinehart and Rick Rouan for The Columbus Dispatch


Trump Inauguration Security Planners Brace for Wave of Protesters” by Nicholas Fandos for The New York Times

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