Thursday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 23, 2013  •  

Thursday News Roundup

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K Street looking forward to BRAC fights” by Byron Tau in Politico.

When Can Federal Employees Legally Lobby Congress?” by John Mahoney on GovLoop.

North Carolina: “Democrats try to send message about moonlighting, lobbying” by Craig Jarvis in the News Observer.

Texas: “An Expensive Celebration, Courtesy of the Lobby” by Ross Ramsey in the Texas Tribune.

Vermont: “Vermont Senate May Probe Publicly Funded Lobbying Organizations” by Anne Galloway in the Valley News.

Campaign Finance

New York: “Donors Urge Cuomo to Press for Public Financing of State Campaigns” by Thomas Kaplan in The New York Times.


Congressional Campaign Finance Director Guilty of Role in Illegal Contribution Scheme” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call’s Political Moneyline.

Senate Personal Wealth Reports Disclosed to Public” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call’s Political Moneyline.

Government Tech and Social Media

There’s an App for That State Service” by Melissa Maynard in Stateline.

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