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February 22, 2018  •  

Thursday’s Government and Ethics News


National: “Sexual Misconduct Spurs New Elections: The #MeToo race” by Trip Gabriel and Jess Bidgood for New York Times


National: “Republican Attorneys General Call on Revolving Door Cases for Advice” by Andrew Perez for

National: “Tools of Trump’s Fixer: Payouts, intimidation and the tabloids” by Jim Rutenberg, Megan Twohey, Rebecca Ruiz, Mike McIntire, and Maggie Haberman for New York Times

California: “Six Women Were Likely Subject to Unwanted Behavior by a California Senator, Investigation Finds” by Taryn Luna for Sacramento Bee

District of Columbia: “D.C. Public Schools Leader to Resign After Skirting School Assignment Rules” by Perry Stein, Peter Jamison, and Fenit Nirappil for Washington Post


National: “With Grief and Hope, Florida Students Take Gun Control Fight on the Road” by Brendan Farrington, Josh Replogle, and Tamara Lush (Associated Press) for New York Times

National: “Labor’s Reprieve Is Over as U.S. Supreme Court Case Targets Fee” by Greg Stohr for

Kansas: “Kansas Senate Bills Expand Reach of Lobbyist Registration, Oppose Private Management of State Prisons” by Tim Carpenter for Topeka Capitol Journal

Utah: “Bill Advances to Help Prevent Sexual Harassment of Legislative Interns” by Lee Davidson for Salt Lake Tribune

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