Thursday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 4, 2014  •  

Thursday News Roundup

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Ethics Panel Eyes Lawmakers’ Meals” in The Columbian

Campaign Finance

New Study Finds Companies’ Campaign Donations Linked to Lower Tax Rates” by Debbie Freeman for Arizona State University

Ethics Panel Seeks Change in Law to Stop Candidates from Paying Self from PAC” by Naomi Schalit (Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting) for Lewiston Sun Journal

Election Ads Were About Issues, Says ‘Carolina Rising’ Chief” by Carrie Levine for Center for Public Integrity


Alcorn County Pays Ex-Lawmaker Thousands for Jail Work” by Emily Wagster Pettus for Hattiesburg Daily American

Report Suggests Davis Conflict in Nursing Home Case” by Kate White for Charleston Gazette


How to Handle a Broken Campaign Promise” by Nathan Gonzales for Roll Call

L.A. Voters Won’t Be Offered Cash Prizes in March City Election” by David Zahniser for Los Angeles Times

Legislative Issues

New Leader, New Rules for SC House” by Cassie Cope for The State

State Lawmakers Poised for Pay Bump” by David Saleh-Rauf for San Antonio Express-News

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