April 1, 2014 •
Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update
“Bottom Line” in The Hill.
“K Street firm takes major hit in ruling” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.
Florida: “FPL, three other electric utilities, influence legislature through lobbying and campaign donations, report finds” by Susan Salisbury in The Palm Beach Post.
Texas: “Six former Patton Boggs partners open Dallas office of McGuireWoods” by Catherine Ho in The Washington Post.
California: “San Diego County’s system for tracking campaign donations called outdated” by Joe Yerardi on KPBS.
District of Columbia: “D.C. mayor in primary fight as ’10 campaign funds probed” by William Selway (Bloomberg News) in the Chicago Tribune.
Nevada: “Despite Disclosure, Dark Money Stays Dark in Nevada” by Robert Maguire in OpenSecrets.org.
New York: “New York Comptroller DiNapoli: Public Campaign Financing Effort ʹFumbledʹ” by Erica Orden in The Wall Street Journal.
“Members of Congress Buying and Selling Stocks” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.
Colorado: “Colorado ethics group hears arguments in Gov. Hickenlooper complaint” by Lynn Bartels in The Denver Post.
Georgia: “Trial begins in Ga. ethics commission suit” by Christina A. Cassidy (Associated Press) in The Washington Times.
Georgia: “Judge: Governor doesn’t have to testify in ethics case” by Aaron Gould Sheinin in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
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