Thursday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 16, 2015  •  

Thursday News Roundup

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Europe at Risk of Corruption from Lobbying – Report” by Damian Grammaticas for BBC

Lawmakers in No Rush to Disclose Wining and Dining” by Jay Root for Texas Tribune

Campaign Finance

REBNY Members Gave a Tenth of all N.Y. Campaign Money” by Bill Mahoney for Capital New York


Postal Worker Lands Helicopter on U.S. Capitol Grounds to Make Special Mail Delivery” by Eric Katz for

Kate Brown Takes Questions as Lawmakers Air Ethics Proposal” by Denis Theriault for Portland Oregonian

Senate Urged to Restore Ethics Powers” by Jennifer Bogdon and Katherine Gregg for Providence Journal

John Doe Reform Bill Stalls in Legislature” by M.D. Kittle for


In Perception Primary, It’s Folksy Hillary Clinton vs. Statesmen-Looking Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio” by Patrick Healy for New York Times

Chelsea’s Invisible Hand” by Kenneth Vogel for Politico

Legislative Issues

Tennessee House Votes Bible as Official State Book” by Dave Boucher for The Tennessean

Lack of Virginia’s General Assembly Openness Is Criticized” by Dave Ress for The Daily Press

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