January 3, 2013 •
Thursday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News
“Technology and lobbying in 2012” on Federal News Radio.
“K Street Files: Clark Lytle, Thorn Run Add New Partners” by Kate Ackley in Roll Call.
“Americans Believe the System Is Rigged Against Them: An Interview with Former Lobbyist Jack Abramoff” by Elliot Resnick in The Jewish Press.
California: “Greuel faults DWP for bypassing bids on lobbying contracts” by David Zahniser in the Los Angeles Times.
Arkansas: “Sen. Jeremy Hutchinson reports self to Ethics Commission giving campaign cash to girlfriend” by The Associated Press in The Republic.
New Jersey: “N.J. Democratic Party fined $42K for alleged campaign finance violations” by Matt Friedman in the Star-Ledger.
Texas: “Ethics Commission Fines Simmons’ PAC Over Donations” by Becca Aaronson in the Texas Tribune.
“Report links McConnell campaign donations to legislative work” by Alexandra Jaffe in The Hill.
“House Ethics Reviewed 96 Cases During 112th” by Amanda Becker in Roll Call.
New York: “NY comptroller sues Qualcomm on political spending” by The Associated Press in The Wall Street Journal.
Pennsylvania: “Gov. Corbett’s trip paid for by a businessman is subject of a complaint filed by activist Gene Stilp” by Jan Murphy in the Patriot-News.
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