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July 13, 2017  •  

Thursday’s State Government and Ethics News


Canada: “Lobby Group Asked to Stop Offering Access to Ottawa in Exchange for $10,000” by Bill Curry for Globe and Mail

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New Mexico: “Supporters, Opponents Weigh in on Campaign Finance Rule Change” by Hannah Grover for Farmington Daily-Times


Is Donald Trump Jr.’s ‘I Love It’ Email a Smoking Gun or a Distraction?” by Marc Fisher and David Nakamura for Washington Post

Twitter Users Blocked by Trump File Lawsuit” by Charlie Savage for New York Times

Trump Aides Recruited Businessmen to Devise Options for Afghanistan” by Mark Lander, Eric Schmidt, and Michael Gordon for New York Times

California: “Orange County D.A. Is Investigating His Biggest Critic as Ugly Political Battle Looms” by Adam Elmahrek for Los Angeles Times

Florida: “Hallandale Commissioner Anthony Sanders Engaged in Misconduct, Inspector General Says” by Susannah Bryan for South Florida Sun Sentinel

New Jersey: “David Wildstein, a Christie Ally, Is Sentenced to Probation in Bridge Scandal” by Nick Corasaniti for New York Times

New York: “Ethics Board Nixes Barnhart Uber Complaint in Tentative Opinion” by Brian Sharp for Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

South Dakota: “Federal Prosecutors Aim to Root Out Tribal Corruption” by Mark Walker for Sioux Falls Argus Leader

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