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

October 18, 2016  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Pennsylvania: “Judge Tosses Case Against Philly Lobbyist Accused of Misspending Welfare Grants” by Jeremy Roebuck for Philadelphia Inquirer

Tennessee: “Mark Cate, Former Bill Haslam Top Aide, Registers as Lobbyist” by Dave Boucher and Nate Rau for The Tennessean

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Missouri: “Donors Behind $2M Check to Missouri’s Greitens Still Secret” by Summer Ballentine (Associated Press) for ABC News


Hacked Emails Show Extent of Foreign Government Donations to Clinton Foundation” by Rosalind Helderman for Washington Post

Michigan: “Trash Hauler Rizzo Key Player in Macomb County Corruption Probe” by Tresa Baldas and Christina Hall for Detroit Free Press


Officials Fight Donald Trump’s Claims of a Rigged Vote” by Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns for New York Times

Ripples from the ‘How Low Can They Go’ Campaign” by Patrick Healy and Farah Stockman for New York Times

North Carolina: “No Suspects: Local GOP headquarters set ablaze in N.C., swastika spray-painted nearby” by Derek Hawkins for Washington Post


Obama, Holder to Lead Post-Trump Redistricting Campaign” by Edward-Isaac Dovere for Politico

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