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

June 7, 2016  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Florida: “Bryant Miller Olive Appeals $50 Fine – and Loses” by Jim Rosica for Florida Politics

Campaign Finance

Study: Ordinary people struggle to use many state campaign finance websites” by Alex Koma for StateScoop

Missouri: “Four Years Later, an Ex-Politician Is Still Benefiting from His Campaign Fund” by Kevin McDermott for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

North Dakota: “Feds Dismiss Foreign Campaign Contribution Allegations against ND Politicians” by John Hageman for Grand Forks Herald


California: “Former CalPERS Chief Sentenced to Prison in Bribery Scandal” by Dale Kasler for Sacramento Bee

Florida: “Hialeah Restaurant Owner Tried to Bribe Commissioner, State Says” by David Ovalle for Miami Herald

South Carolina: “SC Ethics Reforms Stalled after 4 Years of Debate” by Jamie Self for The State


The Seven Broken Guardrails of Democracy” by David Frum for The Atlantic

Virginia: “Virginia at Center of Racially Charged Fight Over the Right of Felons to Vote” by Sheryl Gay Stolberg for New York Times

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