May 6, 2014 •
Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update
“Bottom Line” in The Hill.
“Ex-lawmaker registers to lobby for Ukrainian businessmen” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.
“Ethics panel won’t move forward on Luis Gutierrez” by John Bresnahan in Politico.
Missouri: “Former governor Matt Blunt now a registered lobbyist” by Kelly Moffitt in the St. Louis Business Journal.
California: “Scaled-back campaign finance disclosure bill clears Assembly” by Melanie Mason in the Los Angeles Times.
New Jersey: “Bill would extend campaign funding” by Maddie Hanna in The Inquirer.
North Carolina: “Big money targets NC elections” by Jon Ostendorff in the Citizen-Times.
“6 Things to Watch in Tuesday’s Primaries” by Alexis Levinson and Emily Cahn in Roll Call.
“10 Maps That Explain the 2014 Midterms” by Kyle Kondik in Politico Magazine.
“A singer, a speaker: House races to watch” by Alex Isenstadt in Politico.
“The 10 Most Vulnerable Members of 2014” by Shira T. Center, Abby Livingston, and Emily Cahn in Roll Call.
“Members of Congress Open Wallets and Pocketbooks” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.
New York: “After Pledge of Sunlight, Gov. Cuomo Officials Keep Their Email in the Shadows” by Justin Elliott in ProPublica.
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