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April 6, 2017  •  

Thursday’s Government Relations and Ethics News


Campaign Finance

Colorado: “A Dark Money Lawsuit, a Colorful Cast of Characters, and Colorado’s Citizen Campaign Finance Cop” by Corey Hutchins for Colorado Independent


It’s Plausible Trump Incited Violence, Federal Judge Rules in OK’ing Lawsuit” by Eliott McLaughlin for CNN

How the U.S. Ethics Chief Took on Trump and Became a Reluctant Washington Hero” by David Montgomery for Washington Post

Russian Spies Tried to Recruit Carter Page Before He Advised Trump” by Adam Goldman for New York Times

Kansas: “These High School Journalists Investigated a New Principal’s Credentials. Days Later, She Resigned.” by Samantha Schmidt for Washington Post

North Carolina: “Lawmakers Revive Plan for Combined State Elections, Ethics Board” by Matthew Burns for WRAL

Legislative Issues

Minnesota: “House DFL Leader Won’t Back Down from ‘White Male Card Game’ Remarks” by Brian Bakst for Minnesota Public Radio


Florida: “Hillsborough Commissioners Add Themselves to New Lobbying Ordinance” by Mitch Perry (Florida Politics) for

Texas: “Jet Setting Liquor Regulators Could See Wings Clipped by Lawmakers” by Jay Root for Texas Tribune

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