September 30, 2014 •
Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update
“Bottom Line” in The Hill.
“Mack IV joins lobbying firm” by Salem Solomon in the Tampa Bay Business Journal.
Florida: “Search Broward lobbying database, if you find it” by Brittany Wallman in the Sun Sentinel.
Ohio: “2nd lobbyist guilty of unreported Bengals tix” by Chrissie Thompson in the Cincinnati Enquirer.
“Greens take 2014 fight to states” by Darren Goode and Andrew Restuccia in Politico.
Minnesota: “Franken, McFadden complain about big money but still rake it in” by Catherine Richert on Minnesota Public Radio News.
Kentucky: “Special interests spend in Ky.” in The Courier-Journal.
Texas: “Panel weighs pros, cons of campaign donor reporting” by Joseph Basco in the Midland Reporter-Telegram.
Georgia: “Georgia ethics commission dismisses complaint accusing Jason Carter of fundraising violation” by The Associated Press in The Republic.
Hawaii: “Hawaii House leader fined a record $50,000 for ethics violations” by Malia Zimmerman in Watchdog.org.
Nevada: “Ex-employee alleges ethics director violated Nevada law” by Emerson Marcus in the Reno Gazette-Journal.
Tech and Social Media
“Contractors, Expect 72-hour Rule for Disclosing Corporate Hacks” by Aliya Sternstein in Nextgov.
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