Thursday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 29, 2015  •  

Thursday News Roundup

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The Commission’s Corporate Job Pipeline” by James Panichi for Politico

Top Lobbyists 2015: Associations” by Staff for The Hill

Top Lobbyists 2015: Grassroots” by Staff for The Hill

California: “Former SF Police Union President Fined for Illegally Lobbying Last Year” by Jonah Owen Lamb for San Francisco Examiner

Rhode Island: “R.I. House Panel Opens Investigation into 38 Studios Loan” by Katherine Gregg for Providence Journal

Campaign Finance

Is There a Silver Lining to Citizens United?” by Thomas Edsall for New York Times

Florida: “Mystery Surrounds Largest Donor to Florida Solar Power Ballot Initiative” by Jeremy Wallace for Miami Herald


Dennis Hastert, Ex-Speaker of House, Pleads Guilty to Banking Violation” by Monica Davey and Mitch Smith for New York Times

New York: “Albany’s Museum of Political Corruption No Longer Just a Funny Idea” by Michael DeMasi for Albany Business Review


In Swing-State Ohio, Both Parties Want to Limit Their Own Power in Redistricting” by Daniel Vock for Governing


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