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

November 2, 2017  •  

Thursday’s Government and Ethics News Roundup


Massachusetts: “Rare Trick Pays Off Big Time for Lobbyists” by Matt Stout for Boston Herald

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Tennessee: “Jeremy Durham Fined $10,000 for Incorrect PAC Disclosures” by Joel Ebert for The Tennessean


Trolling Trump: How viral visual taunts have changed protest in nation’s capital” by Steve Hendricks and Perry Stein for Washington Post

Florida: “Florida Politicians Become Surveillance Targets as Political Payback Rumors Swirl” by Matt Dixon for Politico

Florida: “State Attorney: Allegations, hearsay not enough to pursue criminal charges over football tickets, catering discount” by Jeffrey Schweers for Tallahassee Democrat

Kansas: “Not Only Does Sexual Harassment Happen at Kansas Capitol, ‘It’s a Regular Occurrence’” by Hunter Woodall, Kelsey Ryan, and Bryan Lowry for Kansas City Star

New York: “Amid Larger Moment, Will Albany Face Another Sexual Misconduct Reckoning” by Rachel Silberstein for Gotham Gazette

Pennsylvania: “Ex-Pa. Treasurer Sentenced to Probation for Lying to Feds” by Angela Couloumbis for Philadelphia Inquirer

Washington: “Women at Washington State Capitol Say ‘Me Too’” by Austin Jenkins and Walker Orenstein for NW News Network

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