Thursday's Government and Ethics News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 7, 2017  •  

Thursday’s Government and Ethics News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Kentucky: Did Jeff Hoover Violate Campaign Finance Laws? It’s Unclear by Lisa Autry for WEKU

New Jersey: N.J. power broker DiVincenzo settles campaign-finance case for $20,000 by Andrew Seidman for The Philadelphia Inquirer


Arizona: Arizona, tax money to be used for House ethics investigation by Howard Fischer for The Arizona Daily Sun

Florida: City introduces new ethics ordinances by Mariel Carbone for WCTV

Massachusetts: State Senate opens ethics inquiry into Stan Rosenberg by Joshua Miller for The Boston Globe

Vermont: Scott adds sexual harassment clause to code of ethics by Neal Goswami for WCAX


Lobbyists push GOP in last-minute scramble to save tax breaks by Theodoric Meyer, Aaron Lorenzo and Colin Wilhelm for Politico

Healthcare lobbyists not optimistic on changing GOP tax bill by Harris Meyer for Modern Healthcare

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