Thursday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 10, 2015  •  

Thursday News Roundup


Under Contract” in The Hill

Lobbying World” in The Hill

Top McCarthy aide heading to K Street” by Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer in Politico

Campaign Finance

Poll: Americans not fans of public campaign financing” by The Associated Press in the Columbia Daily Tribune

Super-PACs set to influence Senate primaries” by Ben Kamisar in The Hill

Michigan: “Senate votes to write super PACs into state campaign finance law” by Emily Lawler in MLive

Utah: “SLC Council slashes campaign contribution limits” by Christopher Smart in the Salt Lake Tribune


District of Columbia: “Long-running probe ends without charges against former D.C. mayor Vincent Gray” by Ann E. Marimow, Spencer S. Hsu and Keith L. Alexander in The Washington Post

Legislative Issues

Why State Legislatures Are Still Pretty White” by Teresa Wiltz in Governing


Supreme Court Mulls One-Person, One-Vote Redistricting Case” by Todd Ruger in Roll Call

Republican Redistricting Rows Rock SCOTUS” by Kimberly Robinson in Bloomberg BNA

Texas: “Analysis: In Redistricting, Somebody Will Be Slighted” by Ross Ramsey in The Texas Tribune

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