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July 7, 2016  •  

Thursday News Roundup


Gov2Gov: The lobbying that falls under the radar” by Mike Maciag for Governing

Rhode Island: “Raimondo: Lobbying law makes rules ‘clear, simple, consistent and transparent’” by Jennifer Bogdan for Providence Journal

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Alabama: “Koch Brothers’ Plight Likened to That of Civil Rights Workers in the 1950s” by John Dunbar for Center for Public Integrity

Arizona: “Possible Hack Shuts Down Online Portal to Public Campaign Financing” by Howard Fischer (Capitol Media Services) for East Valley Tribune

Minnesota: “Minnesota Campaign Watchdog Agency Director to Retire” by Rachel Stassen-Berger for St. Paul Pioneer Press


Is the Supreme Court Clueless About Corruption? Ask Jack Abramoff” by Carl Hulse for New York Times

Kentucky: “Lexington’s Ethics Act to Add Domestic Partners to Nepotism Ban” by Beth Musgrave for Lexington Herald-Leader

New York: “In Inquiry into Ex-Cuomo Aide, Disclosure Form Only Adds Mystery” by Vivian Yee for New York Times

South Carolina: “S.C. Ethics Commission Chief to Retire” by Avery Wilks for The State


Nate Silver Is Happy to Be Wrong” by Glenn Thrush for Politico

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