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

December 13, 2016  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Florida: “Dozens of Florida Political Committees Being Fueled by Millions in ‘Dark Money’” by Tia Mitchell for The Florida Times-Union

Massachusetts: “Campaign Finance Law Shields Violators” by Stephanie Ebbert for The Boston Globe


Senate and House Leaders Call for Inquiry of Russian Hacking in Election” by Jennifer Steinhauer for The New York Times


Trump Invites Trouble if He Keeps Businesses: Ethics Experts” BY Bernard Condon and Julie Bykowicz (Associated Press) for McClatchy DC

Why All Billionaire Politicians Are Not Created Equal” by Ruairi Arriet-Kenna for Politico


Insurers Step Up Lobbying With an Eye to Health-Law Changes” by Anna Wilde Mathews and Louise Radnofsky for The Wall Street Journal

Big Law Lobbying Efforts Fail to Kill 9/11 Litigation Against Saudi Arabia” by Michael D. Goldhaber for The American Lawyer

Missouri: “Lobbyist Gifts to Missouri Legislators Have Dropped Significantly” by Walker Moskop for St. Louis Dispatch

Texas: “Edinburg Hires DC Lobbying Firm” by Naxiely Lopez for The Monitor

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