Thursday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 25, 2015  •  

Thursday News Roundup

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Hawaii: “Former Lobbyist Who Wined and Dined Council Members Now Vice Chair of Key Panel” by Keoki Kerr for Hawaii News Now

Nebraska: “Common Cause Complaint against Former Senator Dismissed” by Joanne Young for Lincoln Journal Star

Campaign Finance

This Chart Seemingly Proves How Wrong I Am about Money in Politics” by Chris Cillizza for Washington Post

Cannabis Industry Flexes Its New Political Muscle” by Conrad Wilson for Oregon Public Broadcasting


Calls to Drop Confederate Emblems Spread Nationwide” by Campbell Robertson, Monica Davey, and Julie Bosman for New York Times

California: “Lawmakers’ Calendars List Meetings with Undercover Agents” by Judy Lin (Associated Press) for San Diego Union Tribune

Kentucky: “Kentucky Legislature Resolves Sexual Harassment Lawsuit” by Adam Beam (Associated Press) for Lexington Herald-Leader


Bobby Jindal Announces Entry into 2016 Presidential Race” by David Fahrenthold and James Hohmann for Washington Post

Democratic Super PAC to Take on Koch Brothers” by Maggie Haberman for New York Times

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