February 11, 2014 •
Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update
“K Street’s holdouts are partisan, proud” by Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.
California: “Lobbying firm fined $133K for gifts to lawmakers” by Fenit Nirappil (Associated Press) in the San Jose Mercury News.
Florida: “Senate considers lobbying rules for tax districts” by Steve Bousquet in the Miami Herald.
Indiana: “Watchdog group raises concerns over missing lobbyist info” by Kara Kenney on RTV6 ABC News.
Utah: “Bill would shed light on ‘dark consulting’ by Utah lobbyists” by Antone Clark in the Standard-Examiner.
“Campaign finance groups want ʹdark moneyʹ rules to stay” by Bernie Becker in The Hill.
“How Candidates Share Without Coordinating With Outside Groups” by Nathan L. Gonzales in Roll Call.
Arizona: “Bill Targets ʹDark Moneyʹ In Campaign Finance” by Dennis Lambert on KJZZ.org.
California: “Donor who broke campaign finance law in 2010 faces $45,000 penalty” by David Zahniser in the Los Angeles Times.
Florida: “Florida could be more transparent on campaign finance, study shows” in the Sunshine State News.
Minnesota: “Minn. campaign regulators assess wall of coordination between Minn. candidates, outside groups” by The Associated Press in The Republic.
Vermont: “Lawmakers will try to fix campaign finance law” by The Associated Press in the Burlington Free Press.
California: “California Senate panel to come up with new ethics, campaign laws” by Patrick McGreevy in the Los Angeles Times.
South Carolina: “Haley appoints 8 ethics commissioners” by Adam Beam in the Rock Hill Herald.
Virginia: “Ethics, mental health bills advance in Virginia General Assembly” by Rachel Weiner in The Washington Post.
From the State Legislatures
Virginia: “Va. legislators push flurry of bills at session’s halfway point” by Laura Vozzella, Rachel Weiner and Michael Laris in The Washington Post.
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