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March 9, 2017  •  

Thursday’s Government Relations and Ethics News


‘Big Candy’ Is Lobbying the Trump Administration. It’s Also Holding Events at Trump Hotels.” by Amy Brittain and Jonathan O’Connell for Washington Post

Campaign Finance

GOP Commissioner: Trump poised to revamp election agency” by Rudy Takala for The Hill

Maryland: “Baltimore County Bill to Ban Developer Donations Fails” by Pamela Wood for Baltimore Sun

Tennessee: “Exclusive: Jeremy Durham may face $7 million in state penalties” by Dave Boucher and Joel Ebert for The Tennessean


Ethics Questions Dogged Agriculture Nominee as Georgia Governor” by Eric Lipton and Steve Eder for New York Times

Alabama: “Alabama’s Governor Was Recorded Having a Sexually Explicit Conversation. Is Impeachment Next?” by Amy Wang and Amber Phillips for Washington Post

New Jersey: “Mayor of Paterson, N.J., Is Indicted in Corruption Probe” by Nick Corasaniti for New York Times

New York: “For Years, City Spent $300 an Hour Looking for $5,000” by Jim Dwyer for New York Times

Virginia: “For First Time, Va. Legislators’ Reports Showing Their Gifts and Stocks Are Now Online” by Patrick Wilson for Richmond Times-Dispatch

Legislative Issues

Utah: “Complaints Accuse Utah Lawmaker of Bullying, Berating School Officials in Front of Students” by Benjamin Wood for Salt Lake Tribune

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