Thursday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 1, 2016  •  

Thursday News Roundup


Alabama: “Lawsuit Challenges Alabama Law Requiring Ethics Training for Lobbyists” by Joe Crowe for Newsmax

Alabama: “More Lawmakers (and Two Ethics Commissioners) Who Got Free Trips on Alabama Lenders’ Dime” by Kyle Whitmire (Alabama Media Group) for

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FINRA, MSRB Pay-to-Play Rules on SEC Approval Path” by Antoinette Gartrell for Bloomberg BNA

Louisiana: “Dave Peralta Freed from Last of 30 Criminal Charges” by Wilborn Nobles III for New Orleans Times Picayune

New York: “De Blasio Donor Violated City Rules, Conflicts Board Says” by J. David Goodman for New York Times


Maine: “Paul LePage, Maine Governor, Now Says He’s Not Quitting” by Jess Bidgood for New York Times


Embattled Corrine Brown Ousted in Primary” by Staff for Roll Call

Harry Reid and Koch Brothers Wage Proxy War for a Nevada Senate Seat” by Carl Hulse for New York Times

North Carolina: “North Carolina Republicans Accused of Dodging Order to Fix Election Rules” by Michael Wines for New York Times


Obama Order on Contractor Workplace Violations Takes Effect Soon, Despite Objections” by Joe Davidson for Washington Post

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