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January 7, 2016  •  

Thursday News Roundup


New York: “Setting Precedent, Conflict of Interest Board Settle with Mark-Viverito” by Gloria Pazmino for Capital New York

Campaign Finance

Court Declines Role in Campaign Finance Case” by Cameron Langford for Courthouse News Service

How Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Cared for Democratic Donors” by Isaac Arnsdorf for Politico

New Jersey: “AG: Former Birdsall exec McFadden pleads guilty to misconduct” by Staff for PolitickerNJ

Pennsylvania: “Allentown Controller Mary Ellen Koval Resigns amid FBI Probe” by Emily Opilo for Allentown Morning Call


Arizona: “High Court Closes Case against Ex-Utility Regulator” by Bob Christie (Associated Press) for Arizona Daily Sun

California: “Ethics Commission Defying Mayor Ed Lee on Requested Budget Cuts” by Joshua Sabatini for San Francisco Examiner


National Liberal Groups to Push ‘Record’ Number of 2016 Ballot Measures” by Liz Essley Whyte for Center for Public Integrity

Racial Identity, and Its Hostilities, Return to American Politics” by Eduardo Porter for New York Times

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