Thursday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 20, 2014  •  

Thursday News Roundup

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K Street Files: Democratic Lobbyists Still Have Value” by Kate Ackley for Roll Call

Gov. Brown Holds a Private Reception with Campaign Donors” by Chris Megerian for Los Angeles Times

Lawyer-Lobbyists Influence Idaho Law” by Audrey Dutton for Idaho Statesman

Campaign Finance

A Citizen’s Guide to Buying Political Access” by Tara Siegel Bernard for New York Times

Baker Limits Corporate, Lobbyist Gifts to Inauguration Committee” by David Scharfenberg for Boston Globe

Pa. Teacher Files Labor Relations Complaint against Union over Political Mailing” by Megan Harris for Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Bosma: Close cooling-off period loophole” by Tony Cook and Ryan Sabalow for Indianapolis Star

GOP-Led Committee Rejects KanCare Ethics Probe” by Tim Carpenter for Topeka Capital-Journal

Texas Governor Perry Loses Bid to Disqualify Prosecutor” by Laurel Brubaker Calkins for Bloomberg News

Vos’ Attacks on Elections and Ethics Watchdog Draw Return Fire” by Bill Lueders for


New Senators Tilt G.O.P. Back toward Insiders” by Jeremy Peters for New York Times

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