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April 23, 2013  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News

K StreetLobbying

K Street’s bounce proves elusive” by Kevin Bogardus and Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.

Chamber of Commerce Still Keeping Lobbyists Busy” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.

Religious Groups Throw Lobbying Cash at Immigration Reform” by Elizabeth Flock in U.S. News & World Report.

Montreal, Quebec: “City asked to investigate undeclared lobbying” by Monique Beaudin in the Montreal Gazette.

Pennsylvania: “Mensch: Improve Campaign Finance, Lobbyist Reporting” in the Lehigh Valley Patch.

Campaign Finance

New York: “Reform does work, New York” editorial piece by Denise Merrill,  the Connecticut secretary of the state and Miles Rapoport, president of Demos and former Connecticut secretary of the state in the Albany Times Union.


District of Columbia: “D.C. wraps audit of Gray campaign, doesn’t release findings” by Alan Blinder in the Washington Examiner.

New York: “NY governor replaces head of troubled ethics board with lawyer who represented Bernard Madoff” by The Associated Press in the Washington Post.


Ohio: “Franklin County, Ohio, Builds Transparent Procurement System From Scratch” by Colin Wood in Government Technology.

Government Tech and Social Media

Federal Web Visitors are Coming Via Mobile” by Joseph Marks in Nextgov.

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