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March 30, 2017  •  

Thursday’s Government Relations and Ethics News


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Ex-Congressman Stockman Indicted in Texas” by Josh Gerstein for Politico

Connecticut: “Ted Kennedy Jr.’s 2014 Campaign, Still Under Scrutiny, Shows Election-Reform Troubles” by Edmund Mahony and Jon Lender for Hartford Courant


Schock Staffer Was FBI Informant, Court Filings Reveal” by Megan Wilson for The Hill

Alabama: “Vote on Whether to Impeach Alabama Governor May Come Quickly” by Kim Chandler (Associated Press) for Myrtle Beach Sun News

Maine: “Memo: Dozens of Maine lawmakers may have failed to disclose changes in income” by Steve Mistler for Maine Public

New Jersey: “2 Christie Allies Are Sentenced in George Washington Bridge Scandal” by Nick Corasaniti for New York Times

New Jersey: “N.J. Election Watchdog Meets after Year of Paralysis” by Nicholas Pugliese for Bergen Record


A Former Trump Administration Appointee Who Left Without Signing Ethics Pledge Is Now a Lobbyist” by Matea Gold for Washington Post


California: “PG&E to Pay $86.5 Million for Backdoor Lobbying of Regulators” by Jaxon Van Derbeken for KNSD

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