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June 29, 2017  •  

Thursday’s Government Relations and Ethics News


Former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort Files as Foreign Agent for Ukraine Work” by Tom Hamburger and Rosalind Helderman for Washington Post

Jack Abramoff Registers as a Foreign Agent” by Megan Wilson for Roll Call

District of Columbia: “Councilmember Moves to Expand Definition of ‘Lobbying’” by Rachel Sadon for Dcist

Illinois: “IG: Ethics Board’s definition of lobbyist is ‘broadest’ in U.S.” by Fran Spielman for Chicago Sun-Times

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Washington: “Seattle’s Democracy Voucher Program Target of Lawsuit” by Travis Pittman for KING


Trump Attorney Jay Sekulow’s Family Has Been Paid Millions from Charities They Control” by Aaron Davis and Shawn Boburg for Washington Post

A Time Magazine with Trump on the Cover Hangs in His Golf Clubs. It’s Fake” by David Fahrenthold for Washington Post

How Donald Trump Misunderstood the F.B.I.” by Tim Weiner for New York Times

Connecticut: “Ethics Commissioner Charged in Prostitute Mixup” by Daniel Tepfer for Connecticut Post

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