November 21, 2013 •
Thursday News Roundup
“Top lobbyist Gerry Cassidy to step down” by Byron Tau in Politico.
Saskatchewan, Canada: “Lobbyist legislation coming to Saskatchewan” by David Giles in Global News.
“FEC deadlocks, for now, on whether political committees can accept bitcoin” by Matea Gold in The Washington Post.
“What A Bitcoin Political Debut Could Mean For Transparency” by Peter Overby (NPR) on WYSO.
Fort Wayne, Indiana: “Election Board for county is moving” in The Journal Gazette.
Louisiana: “Apparent campaign violations, large expenses should prompt reforms in Louisiana law, some say” by Manuel Torres and Lee Zurlk in the Times-Picayune.
New Jersey: “Election commission: Morris freeholder violated campaign finance rules in close primary race” by Ben Horowitz in the Star-Ledger.
Virginia: “Virginia campaign mailings attract scrutiny” by Mike Gangloff in The Roanoke Times.
“In Quick Fashion, House Broadens Program for FEC Fines” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.
North Carolina: “Civitas Institute leader named to NC ethics panel” by The Associated Press in GoErie.com.
Oklahoma: “Rep. Reynolds Blasts Ethics Commission for Proposed Rules” in the Daily Ardmoreite.
“Election Enforcement Officials Will Investigate 2 Campaign Complaints Against Malloy” by Hugh McQuaid in CT News Junkie.
Louisiana: “Campaign finance transparency not enough to fix Jefferson Parish’s contracting problems, groups say” by Manuel Torres and Lee Zurlk in the Times-Picayune.
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