January 30, 2014 •
Thursday News Roundup
“Obama should praise lobbyists more, lobbyists say” by Zachary Roth in MSNBC.
“Lobbying falls for third year in a row” by Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.
Arizona: “Senator tries again to ban tickets from lobbyists” by Hank Stephenson and Ben Giles in the Arizona Capitol Times.
“Campaign finance: Parties gear up for 2014” by Byron Tau in Politico.
“Convention wipeout coming?” by Molly K. Hooper in The Hill.
Arkansas: “Report: Ark. Lt. Gov. cited ‘carelessness’ in campaign, office spending to ethics staff” by The Associated Press in The Republic.
Arkansas: “Panel favors allowing fundraising for federal office during session” by John Lyon in the Arkansas News.
New Jersey: “Lawyer with ties to Christie named to top spot on state Ethics Commission” by The Associated Press in the Press of Atlantic City.
Arkansas: “Beebe supports proposal to avoid special election for lieutenant governor” by John Lyon in the Arkansas News.
Government Tech and Social Media
“How the 2014 State of the Union Took Over Social Media” by Billy Mitchell in In the Capital.
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