July 8, 2014 •
Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update
“Bottom Line” in The Hill.
“A driving force for truckers” by Keith Laing in The Hill.
“Squire Patton Boggs bolsters presence in Japan” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.
“Politico Influence: Squire Patton Boggs announces leadership structure” by Byron Tau in Politico.
“Export-Import Bank supporters aim for show of strength in Senate” by Kevin Cirilli and Vicki Needham in The Hill.
Florida: “Tallahassee’s next lobbying gold rush: cannabis” in The Miami Herald.
New York: “NYPIRG: Casino lobbying, spending hits $11 million” by James M. Odato in the Times Union.
Pennsylvania: “Ethics Commission fines lobbyists for failure to file expense reports” by Megan Henney in the Tribune-Review.
Arizona: “AG Horne sues to block Clean Elections investigation” by Yvonne Wingett Sanchez in The Republic.
Vermont: “Court backs Vt. campaign finance rules” by Terri Hallenbeck in the Burlington Free Press.
“Without ethics enforcement, it’s open season in Washington” by Melanie Sloan in The Hill.
Colorado: “Colorado ethics panel signals support for Gessler GOP seminar trip” by Joey Bunch in The Denver Post.
Indiana: “State ethics watchdog plans to leave office” by Tony Cook in The Indianapolis Star.
Missouri: “Can a candidate raffle off a hot tub? Run bingo?” by Jonathan Shorman in the Springfield News-Leader.
“The Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game in 3 Minutes (Video)” by JM Rieger in Roll Call.
Government Tech and Social Media
“Why Facebook’s ‘Voter Megaphone’ Is the Real Manipulation to Worry About” by Micah L. Sifry in TechPresident.
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