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December 6, 2012  •  

Thursday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News

campaign finance and lobbyingLobbying

On the cutting edge of ‘fiscal cliff’ lobbying” by Dan Eggen & T.W. Farnam in the Washington Post.

Lobbying Heats Up Over Online Gambling Bill” by Juliana Gruenwald in NationalJournal.

Lobbyists Could See More Curbs Arising From Campaign Finance Movement” by Eliza Newlin Carney in Roll Call.

Maryland: “Top aide to Md. governor leaving for lobbying firm” by The Associated Press in

Philadelphia: “District adds voice to lobby-law dispute” by Will Bunch in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Philadelphia:  “City Ethics Board To Review Lobbying Complaints Against William Penn Foundation” by Mike DeNardo in CBS News Philadelphia.

Utah:  “Shurtleff to take federal lobbying job” by Matt Canham in The Salt Lake Tribune.

Campaign Finance

McConnell pushes back against campaign finance reform efforts” by Alexander Bolton in The Hill.

Raese continues to fight campaign finance limits” by Ry Rivard in the Charleston Daily Mail.

FEC: Angle Violated Campaign Finance Laws” by The Associated Press in CBS News Las Vegas.

Campaign Finance — Solved!” by John Haber in The Huffington Post.

Why lobbyists dislike Citizens United” by Timothy P. Carney in The Examiner.


Florida: “State ethics commission: State Rep. Erik Fresen may have failed to disclose personal finances” by Mary Ellen Klas in the Miami Herald.

South Carolina:  “State House expands ethics committee, eliminates partisan dominance” by Stephen Largen in the Post and Courier.

West Virginia:  “W.Va. Ethics Commission director to step down” by The Associated Press in the State Journal.

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