April 17, 2014 •
Thursday News Roundup
“One Democratic congressman escalates the fight over ALEC” by Niraj Chokshi in The Washington Post.
“After a Supreme Court Victory, a New Challenge to Campaign-Finance Limits” by Karen Weise in Bloomberg Businessweek.
“A Decade of McCain-Feingold” by Neil Reiff & Don McGahn in Campaigns & Elections Magazine.
“Radel returns donations after resignation” by Mario Trujillo in The Hill.
Alabama: “Campaign finance reporting stays same” by Mary Sell in the Times Daily.
Georgia: “Unlimited cash for campaigns? GOP Senate candidates are split” by Daniel Malloy, Jim Galloway and Greg Bluestein in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Rhode Island: “Rhode Island board seeks repeal of campaign finance limits following US Supreme Court ruling” by The Associated Press in The Republic.
Florida: “Ethics bills languishing in Florida Legislature” by Aaron Deslatte in the Orlando Sentinel.
Arizona: “Lawmakers hard at it on last days of session” by Howard Fischer in The Sierra Vista Herald.
California: “Jerry Brown calls legislative special session to debate reserve plan” by Chris Megerian in the Los Angeles Times.
Missouri: “Missouri legislature passes $620 million tax cut, Nixon signals possible veto” by JasonHancock in The Kansas City Star.
Oklahoma: “Oklahoma Senate break rankles House members” by Randy Ellis in The Oklahoman.
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