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

October 28, 2014  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Arizona: “Lobbyists Aid Campaigns of Doug Ducey, Fred DuVal” by Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Rob O’Dell for Arizona Republic

New York: “Mayor’s Old Pal Wins New Biz as Lobbyist” by Chris Bragg for Crain’s New York Business

Oklahoma: “Rule Change Will Allow Lobbyists to Spend More on Oklahoma Lawmakers” by Rick Green for The Oklahoman

Campaign Finance

The Cost of Campaigns” by Clyde Haberman for New York Times

Campaign Finance Officials Aim to Cure the Paper-Obsessed Senate through Crowd-sourcing, Algorithms” by Nancy Scola for Washington Post

FEC Deadlock Keeps Internet Free from Broadcast Campaign Ad Regulations” by Stephan Dineen for Washington Times

Connecticut: “In Connecticut Race, a Loophole Lets Party Money Flow for a Kennedy Scion” by Alison Leigh Cowan for New York Times

Kansas: “A Kansas Group’s Push to Oust Judges Reveals a Gap in Campaign Finance Rules” by Robert Faturechi for ProPublica


Florida: “Palm Beach County Considers Changes to Ethics Rules” by Andy Reid for South Florida Sun Sentinel

Pennsylvania: “Federal Grand Jury Reviewing Liquor Control Board Violations, Sources Tell Trib” by Kari Andren for Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Political Advertising

As Bottle Bill Politics Hits Supermarket Aisles, Shoppers Have Mixed Reactions” by Shira Schoenberg and Carolyn Robbins for MassLive.com

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