July 31, 2014 •
Thursday News Roundup
“K Street’s power duo going global” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.
“Under Contract” in The Hill.
Arkansas: “State senator to resign, start work as lobbyist for UA System” by John Lyon in the Arkansas News.
Missouri: “In Columbia, Missouri Rep. Wright presses for lobbyist reform” by Cameron Dodd in the Missourian.
Rhode Island: “38 Studios lobbying hearing delayed again” by The Associated Press in WPRI News.
“These 5 Lobbyists Gave the Biggest Campaign Donations on K Street This Year” by Tess VandenDolder in InTheCapital.
“Ed Markey lobbyist haul tops on Hill” by Kimberly Atkins in the Boston Herald.
“Why All the Political Money Might Not Mean Much” by Walter Shapiro in the Brennan Center for Justice Blog.
Massachusetts: “Massachusetts lawmakers OK bill requiring timely disclosures by political action committees” by Steve LeBlanc (Associated Press) in The Republic.
Michigan: “Michigan House, Senate races marked by record fundraising, self-funded candidates” by Jonathan Oosting in Michigan Live.
New York: “U.S. Attorney Warns Cuomo on Ethics Case” by Susanne Craig, Thomas Kaplan, and William K. Rashbaum in The New York Times.
“The Calm Before the Pre-Recess Storm” by Bridget Bowman and Colin Diersing in Roll Call.
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