March 6, 2014 •
Thursday News Roundup
“K Street gears up for Hillary” by Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.
“Groups Try to Mute the Comcast Lobby | K Street Files” by Kate Ackley in Roll Call.
Louisiana: “Former Jindal aide Rainwater looks to lobbying, consulting” by Michelle Millhollon in The Advocate.
New Jersey: “Lobbying expenditures climbed over $60 million in 2013, report finds” in PolitickerNJ.
“New Challenges to Campaign Finance Regulation” opinion piece by David Friedman in The Stanford Daily.
New York: “Women stump for campaign finance reform” by Casey Seiler in the Capitol Confidential.
Wisconsin: “Walker says he’s not focused on Republican bills affecting campaign donations, spending” by Scott Bauer (Associated Press) in The Republic.
California: “Senate Democrats proposing revamp of campaign, gift laws” by Patrick McGreevy in the Los Angeles Times.
Campaigns and Elections
“Thought the Senate map was set?” by Jessica Taylor in The Hill.
“2014 Governors Races: A Look at the Too-Close-to-Call Contests” by Louis Jacobson in Governing.
South Carolina: “Cheers! SC Bill Aims to Lift Booze Ban on Election Day” by Drew MacKenzie in Newsmax.
“Bringing Innovation to Procurement” by Justin Brown in Government Technology.
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