September 9, 2014 •
Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update
“Bottom Line” in The Hill.
“The billionaires who bailed out K Street” by Byron Tau in Politico.
“K Street’s Russian bonanza” by Byron Tau in Politico.
“Wall Street floods feds with proposals to cut red tape” by Ben Goad in The Hill.
“Campaign finance debate a partisan flashpoint as it moves to Senate floor” by Matea Gold in The Washington Post.
“Senate advances constitutional amendment” by Burgess Everett in Politico.
“Constitutional Amendment Debate Roils ACLU | Rules of the Game” by Elizabeth Newlin Carney in Roll Call.
Wisconsin: “Judge orders state not to enforce PAC limits law” by Scott Bauer (Associated Press) in Bloomberg Businessweek.
Wisconsin: “Mega-donors rush in after campaign-giving cap removed” by Patrick Marley and Kevin Crowe in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
“Spurned Staffer Sends Email Accusing Top Republican of Ethics Violations” by Matt Fuller in Roll Call.
“September Congressional Agenda: Must-Pass Bills and Messaging Gambits” by Emma Dumain in Roll Call.
“Lameness of Post-Election Session Could Hinge on Results” by Niels Lesniewski and Bridget Bowman in Roll Call.
Missouri: “Battle over money anticipated during Missouri veto session” by Alex Stuckey in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Nebraska: “Women will remain minority in Nebraska Legislature” by The Associated Press in the Omaha World-Herald.
“The Final Primary Elections: New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Delaware, Rhode Island and New York Vote” by Shushannah Walshe on ABC News.
“7 questions for final primary night” by Kyle Cheney, James Hohmann, Elizabeth Titus and Steven Shepard in Politico.
“4 Things to Watch in the Final Primaries of 2014” by Emily Cahn in Politico.
Tech and Social Media
“Livestream: Nextgov Prime 2014” on Nextgov.
“Why Can’t Government Websites Be More Like Amazon?” by Rebecca Carroll in Nextgov.
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