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

March 25, 2014  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

K Street


Bottom Line” in The Hill.

Dodd-Frank army skips to K Street” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.

Partisan thrives on K Street” by Bernie Becker in The Hill.

Job market heats up for Senate GOP aides” by Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.

Campaign Finance

Dark Money Group’s #McConnelling Violates Campaign Laws: Watchdogs” by Paul Blumenthal in The Huffington Post.

Kentucky: “House approves campaign finance reform bill” by The Associated Press in the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Tennessee: “Panel: Keep money out of judicial elections” by Michael Cass in The Tennessean.

Wisconsin: “Bitcoin campaign donations? State elections board gives it a look” by Alison Bauter in the Milwaukee Business Journal.


Mullin Facing Ethics Inquiry for Plumbing Business Ties” by Emma Dumain in Roll Call.

No special Ethics panel for Cathy McMorris Rodgers” by John Bresnahan in Politico.

Iowa: “Branstad discloses more secret settlements” by Jason Clayworth in the Des Moines Register.

Pennsylvania: “Kane, sting unlikely to be investigated by independent counsel” by Eric Boehm in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Rhode Island: “Vying to be RI’s next speaker, Marcello promises votes in 30 days on payday loans, master lever and Ethics Commission jurisdiction” by Randal Edgar in the Providence Journal.

From the State Legislatures

Utah: “Gender gap likely to grow on Utah’s Capitol Hill” by Amy Mcdonald in The Salt Lake Tribune.


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