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August 20, 2015  •  

Thursday News Roundup

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California: “Lobbying Ordinance to Be Reviewed by Next Board of Supervisors” by Wes Bowers for Stockton Record

Florida: “Donald Trump Gets $23,000 Refund from Miami-Dade County” by Douglas Hanks (Associated Press) for Bradenton Herald

New York: “Albany Med VP Walks Ethics Tightrope as Former Cuomo Official” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Campaign Finance

Hillary Clinton 2016: Campaign wants donors to pay for their own food, parking” by Kenneth Vogel for Politico

Legacy Bush Donors Account for Half of Jeb Bush’s Donations” by Julie Bykowicz (Associated Press) for Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Meet the Presidential Hopeful Who’d Quit after Signing a Single Law” by Tim Dickinson for Rolling Stone


Georgia: “Ex-DeKalb Commissioner’s Husband Gets Prison Time for Stealing County Money” by The Staff for Atlanta Business Chronicle

Iowa: “Ex-DHS Consultant Helped Company Win State Medicaid Job” by Jason Clayworth for Des Moines Register


Florida: “Florida Prison Problem Complicates Redistricting” by Jeremy Wallace for Bradenton Herald

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