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March 22, 2018  •  

Thursday’s Government and Ethics News

Campaign Finance

National: “Federal Election Officials Failed to Enforce Campaign Finance Requirements on Outside Group in 2010, Judge Rules” by Michelle Ye Hee Lee for Washington Post

National: “Controversy Swirls as Lawmakers Eye Campaign Finance Changes” by Kate Ackley for Roll Call

Washington: “Wash. Gov Signs Universal Voter Registration Law” by Reid Wilson for The Hill


Illinois: “Denounced by His Party as a Nazi, Arthur Jones Wins Illinois G.O.P. Congressional Primary” by Liam Stack for New York Times

Mississippi: “Mississippi Governor Defies White House with His G.O.P. Appointee to Senate” by Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns for New York Times


National: “Judge Rules Defamation Case Against Trump May Proceed” by Mark Berman and Frances Stead Sellers for Washington Post

National: “White House Job Requirement: Signing a nondisclosure agreement” by Julie Hirschfeld Davis, Maggie Haberman, Michael Shear, and Katie Rogers for New York Times

Hawaii: “Former Hawaii House Speaker Forced Out Over Sexual Harassment” by Anita Hofschneider for Honolulu Civil Beat


New Mexico: “Avenue for Lobbyist Harassment Complaints Unclear” by Marie Baca and Dan Boyd for Albuquerque Journal

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