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February 5, 2013  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News

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Senate lobbying data revamp causing problems for data watchdogs” by Dave Levinthal in the Center for Public Integrity.

Lobbyists rush to shape immigration deal” by Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.

Georgia: “Lobbyists asked to sponsor Senate lunches” by Kristina Torres in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Michigan: “Lobbying expenses add up in 2012” by Kristen M. Daum in the Battle Creek Enquirer.

Campaign Finance

Kansas: “House panel may allow politicians to rollover campaign funds” by Tim Carpenter in the Topeka Capital-Journal.

Missouri: “Seminar will focus on Missouri campaign finance laws” by Paul Hampel in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

South Dakota: Legislature: “Panel endorses greater campaign disclosure” in the Argus Leader.


Attorneys Want Public Input on Ethics Office Rules Changes” by Amanda Becker in Roll Call.

Kansas: “Bill would set term limits for Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission” by Scott Rothschild in the Lawrence Journal World.

Maryland: “Reprimand, apology recommended for lawmaker” by Erin Cox and Michael Dresser in the Baltimore Sun.


Emails show legislative staff talked with party over redistricting maps” by Mary Ellen Klas in the Miami Herald.

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