Thursday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 6, 2014  •  

Thursday News Roundup

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Sacramento Report: Five questions for a lobbyist” by Brian Joseph for Voice of San Diego

Lobbying Fee Increase Drawing Criticism in Harrisburg” by John Kennedy for Legal Intelligencer

Schilling a No-Show at Lobbying Hearing on 38 Studios, Declared in Default” by Jennifer Bogdan for Providence Journal

Campaign Finance

New Jersey’s Most Generous Donors to Political Causes and Super PACs” by Collen O’Dea for NJ Spotlight


Arkansas Voters Approve Extended Term Limits” by J.B. Wogan for Governing

City Ethics Amendment Passes by Wide Margin” by Jeff Burlew for Tallahassee Democrat


Republicans Gain Big in State Legislative Elections” by Karen Pierog for Reuters

Republicans Hold the Top 2 Prizes in Governor Races” by Trip Gabriel for New York Times

As New Rules Take Effect, Voters Report Problems in Some States” by Erik Eckholm and Richard Fausset for New York Times

Republicans Extend House Control as Democratic Holdouts Fall” by Jeremy Peters for New York Times

Republicans First Step was to Handle Extremists in Party” by Jeremy Peters and Thomas Hulse for New York Times

Ted Kennedy Jr. Wins State Senate Race in Connecticut” by Alison Leigh Cowen for New York Times

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