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

December 2, 2014  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Bottom Line” in The Hill.

Job market cools for former lawmakers” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.

Photojournalists hire lobbyists to work on drone rules” by Julian Hattem in The Hill.

Maryland: “With Hogan coming, Annapolis lobbying firms beef up their Republican credentials” by John Wagner in The Washington Post.

Campaign Finance

Mitch McConnell Rider Could Roll Back Campaign Finance Laws” by Paul Blumenthal in The Huffington Post.

Arkansas: “2016 Campaign Finance Ballot Proposal Submitted To Arkansas Attorney General” by Jacob Kauffman on UALR Public Radio.


Maine: “New Maine lawmakers learning about ethics, open records” by The Associated Press in Seacoast Online.

Virginia: “Ethics Commission Recommends New Gift-Giving Rules for Va. Lawmakers” by The Associated Press in The Charlottesville Newsplex.


New Jersey: “New Jersey Senate votes to expand early voting” by Dustin Racioppi in NorthJersey.com.

Vermont: “The Governor’s Race That Still Isn’t Over: Vermont” by Alan Greenblatt in Governing.


Spending, Immigration, and Tax Fights Will Dominate Final Days of 113th Congress” by Billy Housew and Sarah Mimms in Government Executive.

Congress on the brink” by Jake Sherman and John Bresnahan in Politico.

Harry Reid threatens recess, Christmas” by Burgess Everett in Politico.

Tech and Social Media

4 Trends to Watch in 2015” by Stephen Goldsmith in Government Technology.

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