March 13, 2014 •
Thursday News Roundup
“Who says lobbyists can’t win elections?” by Byron Tau in Politico.
“Business groups: Don’t go overboard on Russia sanctions” by Doug Palmer, Adam Behsudi, Matthew Korade and Andrew Restuccia in Politico.
Kansas: “House panel studies bill adjusting definition of lobbyist” by Ryan McCarthy in the Topkea Capital-Journal.
“FEC Offers Seminar for Corporations and their PACs” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.
“Corporations Can Expect To Pay More For Conventions” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.
Michigan: “State fines labor union for campaign finance violations” on WBUP NBC 10.
Colorado: “Scott Gessler loses appeal over ethics ruling” by Lynn Bartels in The Denver Post.
Arizona: “Brewer announces political retirement, won’t seek 3rd term” by Howard Fischer in the Arizona Capitol Times.
Texas: “The Big Change in Texas Elections? More Time.” by Jim Malewitz and Shelby Cole in Governing.
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