January 9, 2014 •
Thursday News Roundup
“Lobbying World” in The Hill.
“K Street pushes to shape $1T omnibus spending legislation” by Bernie Becker and Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.
“Chamber chief promises midterm blitz” by Ben Goad and Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.
“GOP leadership aide heads to K Street” by Peter Schroeder in The Hill.
“Yelp seeks DC clout after rapid rise” by Julian Hattem in The Hill.
Kauai County, Hawaii: “Lobbying bill gets green light” by Darin Moriki in The Garden Island.
Maryland: “Report: Top Md. Lobbyists Bring In More Than $37M” by The Associated Press in CBS Baltimore News.
Colorado: “Colorado GOP wants to skirt campaign contribution limits” by Reid Wilson in The Washington Post.
Missouri: “Court To Hear Challenge To Campaign Finance Limits” by Rachel Lippmann in St. Louis Public Radio.
Vermont: “Vt. lawmakers reach deal on campaign finance reform” on WCAX News.
Arkansas: “Plenty of unknowns in how to impeach Ark. lt. gov.” by Andrew DeMillo (Associated Press) in the San Jose Mercury News.
California: “FPPC heads to court over money laundering allegations against Roger Hernandez” by Rebecca Kimitch in the Daily Bulletin.
Florida: “Palm Beach County Ethics Commission slowdown raises questions” by Andy Reid in the Sun Sentinel.
New York: “Ethics reformers call on Cuomo to use ʹmaximum leverageʹ” by Jessica Alaimo in Capital New York.
Virginia: “Virginia Governor Apologizes for Scandal During His Final State of the State” by Olympia Meola in Governing.
From the State Legislatures
Iowa: “Governor, lawmakers set modest goals for 2014” by Catherine Lucey in the Quad-City Times.
Maine: “ʹLow expectationsʹ for legislative session as election-year politics loom” by Christopher Cousins in the Bangor Daily News.
Missouri: “5 things to know about Missouri’s legislative session” by Chris Blank (Associated Press) in the Missourian.
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