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April 14, 2016  •  

Thursday News Roundup


Kentucky: “Bevin’s Five Veto Actions Most in 16 Years” by Joseph Gerth for Louisville Courier-Journal

Campaign Finance

Why Thousands of Americans Are Lining Up to Get Arrested in D.C. This Week” by Ben Wofford for Rolling Stone

Alabama: “Bentley Scandal: Influence of ‘dark money’ a key issue as governor’s funding is scrutinized” by Connor Sheets for


Puerto Rico’s Prosperous D.C. Power Couple” by Eric Lipton and Michael Corkery for New York Times

Inside a Consulting Giant’s Deep Roots in Clinton Land” by Rachel Bade for Politico

Arizona: “Advocacy Group Files Ballot Measure to Combat Dark Money” by Ryan Van Velzer (Associated Press) for Hastings Tribune


Donald Trump, American Preacher” by Jeff Sharlet for New York Times

Legislative Issues

Tennesse: “Jeremy Durham’s Office Moved Across Street after AG Probe” by Joel Ebert for The Tennessean

Washington: “Legislature Gets a C- Grade from Lobbyists. That’s Actually an Improvement.” by Melissa Santos for Tacoma News-Tribune


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