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August 4, 2016  •  

Thursday News Roundup


Is K Street Warming to Trump? Just Barely.” by Catherine Ho for Washington Post

Virginia: “Lobbyists Less Likely to Say Who They’re Treating” by Dave Ress for The Daily Press

Campaign Finance

New Search Tool Traces Sources of ‘Dark Money’” by Staff  for Center for Public Integrity

Florida: “Petition Drive Could Change How Miami-Dade Political Campaigns Are Financed” by David Smiley for Miami Herald

New Jersey: “Using Pay-To-Play as a Political Weapon” by Donald Scarinci for


Arizona: “Regulator Hires Attorney to Study Possible Outside Influence” by Russ Wiles for Arizona Republic

Tennessee: “New Legislative Policy Doesn’t Require Posting Founded Sexual Harassment Complaints” by Dave Boucher for The Tennessean


Hillary Clinton and the Peace of the Pantsuit” by Megan Garber for The Atlantic

GOP Reaches ‘New Level of Panic’ over Trump’s Candidacy” by Philip Rucker, Dan Balz, and Matea Gold for Washington Post

Texas: “Texas Agrees to Weaken Voter ID Law for November Election” by Aneri Pattani and Jim Malewitz for Texas Tribune

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