January 23, 2014 •
Thursday News Roundup
“Whose former staffers make the most as lobbyists? Lott, Frist, Hoyer top the list” by Lee Drutman and Alexander Furnas in the Sunlight Foundation Blog.
“Most Top Communication Groups Increase Lobbying” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call’s Political MoneyLine.
Alabama: “Alabama Legislature to take on two big issues on Thursday” by Max Reiss in WBRC News.
Connecticut: “Connecticut’s Big Spenders in Lobbying” by Joseph De Avila in The Wall Street Journal.
“Hillary Clinton foes file FEC complaint” by Byron Tau and Katie Glueck in Politico.
California: “Lobbyist charged in financing scheme” by Kristina Davis in The San Diego Union-Tribune.
Washington: “Senate Republicans want to alter makeup of state campaign finance regulator” by Brad Shannon in The Olympian.
Louisville, Kentucky: “Senate panel votes to allow subpoena power for Louisville ethics commission” by Sebastian Kitchen in The Courier-Journal.
Virginia: “Experts: McDonnell’s corruption trial will test line between political favors, official action” by Carol D. Leonnig and Rosalind S. Helderman in The Washington Post.
Virginia: “Virginia Delegates Start Work on Ethics Legislation” on WVIR NBC News.
Illinois: “Group pushes for redistricting reform” by T.J. Fowler in The Southern Illinoisan.
Indiana: “House sends redistricting bill to Senate” by Erika Brock in The Reporter-Times.
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