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

April 12, 2016  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Tennessee: “Lobbying Expenditures on Tenn. Lawmakers Increases in 2015” by Tom Humphrey (Knoxville News Sentinel) for Memphis Commercial Appeal

Campaign Finance

FEC Deadlocks over Allegations Gingrich Used 2012 Campaign to Sell Books” by Matea Gold for Washington Post

Massachusetts: “State Panel OK’s GOP’s Use of Federal Funds for Baker War Chest” by Frank Phillips for Boston Globe

Montana: “Montana Campaign Finance Ruling Could Have ‘Ramifications Nationwide’” by James DeHaven for Billings Gazette

New York: “Federal Prosecutors Cast a Wider Net in New York City Hall Inquiry” by William Rashbaum and Al Baker for New York Times


Hastert Paid to Hide Sex Abuse, Then Lied about It, Federal Filing Alleges” by Jason Meisner, Jeff Coen, and Christy Gutowski for Los Angeles Times

Washington Watchdog Adjusts to Life with Partisan Roommates” by Bill Allison for Bloomberg.com


As Campaigns Seek Delegates, Ordinary Voters Feel Sidelined” by Jeremy Peters for New York Times

A Portrait of Trump the Donor: Free rounds of golf, but no personal cash” by David Fahrenthold and Rosalind Helderman for Washington Post


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