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

May 13, 2014  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

K Street


Lobbying on data, cybersecurity has tripled” by Catherine Ho in The Washington Post.

Bitcoin community upset over political lobbying in Washington” by Andrew Moran in Personal Finance.

Massachusetts: “For Massachusetts lawmakers, steady lobbying money” by The Associated Press in the Boston Herald.

Massachusetts: “DeLeo: Lobbyist donations have no effect on votes” by The Associated Press in the Connecticut Post.

New York: “Lobbying loophole obscures local casino spending” by Laura Nahmias in Capital New York.

Campaign Finance

‘Fixing’ campaign finance is only making it worse” by Seth Masket in The Washington Post.

Mississippi: “Bank Gives $230K Unsecured Loan to Super PAC” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.

New Hampshire: “Changes to campaign finance laws could have big effect in N.H. races” by Kathleen Ronayne in the Concord Monitor.

New York: “NYS Public campaign finance showing signs of life” by Karen DeWitt on North Country Public Radio.

Washington: “Initiative targets big money in politics” by Jim Brunner in The Seattle Times.


Florida: “Conference offers crash course on Florida politics” by Anthony Man in the Sun Sentinel.


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