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

September 27, 2016  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Florida: “Homestead Developer Off the Hook for Accepting Illegal Contingency Fee” by Monique Madan for Miami Herald

Tennessee: “Voucher Advocate Hosted Tennessee Lawmakers at Seaside Condo” by Joel Ebert and Dave Boucher for The Tennessean

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New York: “City Council Drafting Bills to Regulate Political Nonprofits Like Campaign for One New York” by Samar Khurshid for Gotham Gazette


For Cuomo and Christie, Parallel Paths to the Top, and Trouble When They Got There” by Vivian Yee for New York Times

Sunlight Foundation Scales Down, May Merge” by Josh Gerstein for Politico

Colorado: “Denver Ethics Chairman Resigns, Cites Potential Conflict” by Jon Murray for Denver Post

Indiana: “Ethics Office Reflects Shift for Indiana Lawmakers” by Niki Kelly for Ft. Wayne Journal-Gazette

Maryland: “Del. Dan Morhaim Faces Ethics Probe Inquiry Over Dual Medical Marijuana Roles” by Fenit Nirappil for Washington Post

New York: “Preet Bharara Wields Ax in Albany Corruption Scandal” by Chris Bragg and Mathhew Hamilton for Albany Times-Union

Rhode Island: “Approval of Question 2 Would Restore Ethics Panel Oversight of R.I. Assembly” by Alisha Pina for Providence Journal


Trump vs. Clinton: Her jabs put him on the defensive in first debate” by Philip Rucker and Anne Gearan for Washington Post

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