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March 2, 2017  •  

Thursday’s Government Relations and Ethics News

K StreetLobbying

Companies Lobbying Government Keep Spending Secret from Shareholders: Report” by David Sirota for International Business Times

South Dakota: “Legislature Expands Lobbying Ban to More Officials and Doubles Length” by Bob Mercer for Rapid City Journal

Washington: “Washington Commission Confirms What’s Upstream Stayed Within State Law” by Don Jenkins for Capital Press

Campaign Finance

Mississippi: “House Amends, Passes Senate Campaign Finance Bill” by Geoff Pender for Jackson Clarion-Ledger


White House Lawyer Twice Briefed Conway on Ethics Rules Following Ivanka Product Pitch” by Josh Gerstein for Politico

White House Power Player Jared Kushner Is Keeping Parts of His Real Estate Empire” by Justin Elliot and Al Shaw for ProPublica

Connecticut: “Watchdog Agencies Worried About Budget Cuts” by Mike Savino for Meriden Record-Journal

Florida: “Rubio Is Asked to Leave Tampa Office Over Disruption from Weekly Protests” by Tony Marrero for Tampa Bay Times

Ohio: “In Selling Bill, Ohio Senator Describes Possibly Illegal Deal” by Jim Siegel for Columbus Dispatch


Virginia: “Supreme Court Says Virginia Redistricting Must Be Reexamined for Racial Bias” by Robert Barnes for Washington Post

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