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

August 2, 2016  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Massachusetts: “Mass. Insiders Turn to Lobbying Careers” by Mark Arsenault and Andrew Ryan for Boston Globe

Campaign Finance

D.C. Circuit to Hear Challenge to Contribution Limits” by Kenneth Doyle for Bloomberg BNA

Koch Network Seeks to Defuse Donor Frustration over Trump Rebuff” by Matea Gold for Washington Post


Court Rejects Sen. Robert Menendez’s Attempt to Get Corruption Case Thrown Out” by John Bresnahan and Josh Gerstein for Politico

District of Columbia: “After a Quiet Couple of Years, D.C. Council Roiled by Apparent Conflict of Interest” by Aaron Davis and Fenit Nirappil for Washington Post

New Jersey: “Ex-Port Authority Chief’s Fall from Grace a Cautionary Tale About Privacy” by Paul Berger for Bergen Record

Ohio: “Ethics Commission Tells Columbus Leaders to Pay Up for Buckeye Junket” by Lucas Sullivan for Columbus Dispatch


In Clash Between Trump and the Khans, New Signs of a Cultural and Political Divide” by Marc Fisher for Washington Post

North Carolina: “4th U.S. Circuit Judges Overturn North Carolina’s Voter ID Law” by Anne Blythe (Raleigh News & Observer) for Charlotte Observer

Wisconsin: “Judge Strikes Down Wisconsin Voter ID, Early Voting Laws” by Patrick Marley and Jason Stein for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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