Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update - State and Federal Communications

January 19, 2016  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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East Side of California Capitol Will Become Staff, Lobbyist Entrance” by Alexei Koseff for Sacramento Bee

Campaign Finance

Super PACs Get Free Pass to Hide Donors” by Dave Levinthal for Center for Public Integrity

Florida: “Special Interests Flood Florida Legislative Campaigns with $28 Million in 6 Months” by Mary Ellen Klas for Miami Herald

New Jersey: “Critics Allege Pay-to-Play Violation after Fulop Donor’s Firm Gets Contract” by Terrence McDonald (Jersey Journal) for Newark Star-Ledger

New York: “State Street Settles Pay-to-Play Charges for $12 Million” by Liz Moyer for New York Times

Pennsylvania: “Lawyer: Former Allentown official lied to FBI out of panic and loyalty, but soon returned to confess” by Peter Hall and Emily Opilo for Allentown Morning Call


Arizona: “State Drops Criminal Probe of Ex-Utility Regulator” by Howard Fischer (Capitol News Services) for Arizona Daily Star

California: “Informant in FBI Bribery Case was Huntington Park Councilman” by Ruben Vives and Joel Rubin for Los Angeles Times

Massachusetts: “Governor Baker Calls for an Ethics Investigation of Milton Sen. Brian Joyce” by Michael Norton and Matt Murphy (State House News Service) for Quincy Patriot-Ledger

South Carolina: “Appeals Court Upholds Jury Award in The Sun News Defamation Case” by Chrarles Perry for Myrtle Beach Sun News

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