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

March 11, 2014  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Bottom Line” in The Hill.

California: “Fourth client drops lobbyist firm hit with record fines” by Patrick McGreevy in the Los Angeles Times.

Washington: “Lobbyist Paid Meals Legislation Appears To Die In Washington Statehouse” by Austin Jenkins in KUOW.

Campaign Finance

Illegal Campaign Contributions By Lawyer at Florida Law Firm” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.

Utah: “House kills campaign donation limits bill” by Lee Davidson in The Salt Lake Tribune.

Wisconsin: “Wisconsin big business interests back campaign finance bill” by Jack Craver in The Capital Times.


District of Columbia: “D.C. Businessman Tied to 2010 Mayoral Campaign, Federal Candidate Faces Corruption Charges” by Hannah Hess in Roll Call.

District of Columbia: “Gray knew of ‘shadow campaign,’ Thompson prosecutors say; mayor says it’s all a lie” by Ann E. Marimow, Matt Zapotosky and Paul Schwartzman in The Washington Post.

Honolulu, Hawaii: “Honolulu Ethics Director Takes His Case for More Money to City Council” by Sophie Cocke in the Honolulu Civil Beat.

Michigan: “Michigan campaign finance violation draws near-record fine for union’s actions in 2012 election” by Brian Smith in Michigan Live.


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