Thursday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 26, 2014  •  

Thursday News Roundup

blue diamondLobbying

Lobbying World” in The Hill.

Under Contract” in The Hill.

Campaign Finance

Karl Rove and the Modern Money Machine” by Kenneth Vogel in Politico.

Louisiana: “Gov. Jindal signs campaign finance reforms into law” by Tom Wright on WVUE Fox News.

Massachusetts: “House supports super PAC disclosure bill, boosts donation limits” by Colleen Quinn on

Ohio: “Prosecutor: Ohio man knew donations were illegal” by The Associated Press on WSYX ABC News.


Ethics panel defers Michael Grimm probe” by John Bresnahan in Politico.

Alabama: “Ethics Commission to search for new leader; AL senator expresses interest” by Max Reiss on WSFA News.

Georgia: “Former State Ethics Commission Secretary: The System Is Broken” by Ellen Reinhardt on Georgia Public Broadcasting.


With 28 Days Left, What Can Congress Do?” by Molly O’Toole in Defense One.

National Conventions

Cleveland, Dallas make cut for GOP convention” by James Hohmann in Politico.

Government Tech and Social Media

Jason Chaffetz: Tech’s pace ‘scares a lot of members of Congress’” by Alex Byers and Jody Serrano in Politico.

Montana: “State notifies 1.3 million people whose data were in hacked computer” by Mike Dennison in the Independent Record.

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