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May 7, 2013  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News

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The Bottom Line” in The Hill.

Anne Northup joins Rudy Giuliani’s lobbying firm” in the Courier-Journal.

Delaware: “Del. House to vote on lobbying reform bill” by The Associated Press in the San Francisco Chronicle.

Minnesota: “MN local governments spend $1.1 million on lobbying Washington” by Tom Steward in Watchdog.org.

Campaign Finance

New Jersey: “Lawmakers introduce bill to overhaul NJ’s campaign finance laws” by David Levinsky in the Burlington County Times.

New York: “Group cites 100,000 NY campaign finance violations” by The Associated Press in The Wall Street Journal.

Vermont: “Lawmakers take up controversial campaign finance bill” by Terri Hallenbeck in the Burlington Free Press.


California: “FPPC proposes $2,500 fine related to Chris Kelly’s 2010 AG bid” by Torey Van Oot in the Sacramento Bee.

California: “Ex-state Sen. Michael Rubio fined for not reporting home sale” by Patrick McGreevy in the Los Angeles Times.

Colorado:  “Colorado ethics panel: Scott Gessler can have criminal defense fund” by Joey Bunch in the Denver Post.

Delaware: “Man serving federal time for campaign finance scheme expected to plead guilty in Del. case” by The Associated Press in The Washington Post.

New York: “CSEA seeks ethics probe” by James M. Odato in the Albany Times Union.

New York: “N.Y. senator charged with stealing funds for failed campaign” by Jessica Dye in Reuters.

Texas: “Bill Banning ‘Double Dipping’ Dies in Committee” by Jay Root in the Texas Tribune.

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