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

June 10, 2014  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Bottom Line” in The Hill.

Koch brothers add to K Street force” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.

Washington Redskins Improve Defense With K Street Lobbying” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.

Campaign Finance

California: “Fremont nonprofit group fined $25,000 for laundering contributions in 2008 mayoral race” by Chris De Benedetti in the San Jose Mercury News.

Maine: “Ethics commission fines LePage for missing campaign finance deadlines” by Mario Moretto in the Bangor Daily News.

Maine: “Political donors in Maine’s gubernatorial race most often work for [blank]” by Darren Fishell in the Bangor Daily News.

Ohio: “Suarez relatives testify about campaign donations” by Ed Meyer in the Akron Beacon Journal.


California: “Senate approves tighter gift bans, ethics rules” by Judy Lin (Associated Press) in The Modesto Bee.

Washington: “Ethics board looks at lawmakers’ free food” by Brad Shannon in The News Tribune.

Washington: “Moving state primary election left 1992 ethics reform behind” by Peter Callaghan in the Union-Bulletin.


Nevada: “It’s been a slow primary season, but there’s still much at stake” by Laura Myers in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

North Dakota: “Few statewide issues, races to be decided” by Nick Smith in the Bismarck Tribune.

South Carolina: “Voters Guide: Famous names dot GOP primary for SC lieutenant governor” by Andrew Shain in The State.

State Legislatures

Maine: “Democrats balk at LePage’s renewed push for special legislative session” by Mario Moretto in the Bangor Daily News.

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