Thursday News Round Up - State and Federal Communications

November 19, 2015  •  

Thursday News Round Up


Refugee Groups Scramble to Defend Syrian Resettlement” by Simone Pathe for Roll Call

California: “California Ethics Panel Targets Vague Lobbying Payments” by Jeremy White for Sacramento Bee

New Mexico: “Acting SOS Plans to Clarify Lobbyist Contributions” by Sandra Fish for New Mexico in Depth

Campaign Finance

New Tax Documents Show Crossroads GPS Poured Millions into 2014 Senate Race” by Carrie Levine for Center for Public Integrity

Montana: “Committee Fails to Block New Campaign Rules” by Matt Volz (Associated Press) for Flathead Beacon

New York: “Statewide Officials Seek to Narrow Draft Opinion Curbing Own Fundraising” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

New York: “Schneiderman, Sugarman Charge Ex-Assembly Candidate for Not Filing Reports” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union


The Koch Intelligence Agency” by Kenneth Vogel for Politico

Bobby Jindal Quits Republican Presidential Race” by Jonathan Martin for New York Times

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