August 7, 2014 •
Thursday News Roundup
California: “Harvey Whittemore surrenders to federal prison camp” by Martha Bellisle in the Reno Gazette-Journal.
Wisconsin: “Lueders: Lobbyists spent $14.1 million in six months” by Bill Leuders in the Wausau Daily Herald.
“Strategists say impact of outside group spending is overrated” by Alexander Bolton in The Hill.
California: “Attorneys say Legislature acted within its authority to put Citizens United question on ballot” by The Associated Press in The Republic.
New Hampshire: “New Hampshire candidate cashes in on campaign finance reform” by Scott Malone in Reuters.
West Virginia: “W.Va. speaker canceled; pleaded guilty to charges” by The Associated Press in The Intelligencer.
“The Value of Political Corruption” op-ed by Thomas B. Edsall in The New York Times.
“Can You Accept That Gift? Take Our Quiz” by Eric Katz in Government Executive.
Dallas, Texas: “Mayor Mike Rawlings wants city’s ethics commission to deal with legitimate complaints, not ‘frivolous’ ones” by Robert Wilonsky in The Dallas Morning News.
“4 End-Game Scenarios for the Florida Map Chaos” by Bridget Bowman in Roll Call.
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