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

December 16, 2014  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Uber Pressures Regulators by Mobilizing Riders and Hiring Vast Lobbying Network” by Rosalind Helderman for Washington Post

Campaign Finance

A Crowded GOP Field for 2016 Encounters Donors Reluctant to Commit Early” by Matea Gold and Tom Hamburger for Washington Post

CO High Court Denies Gessler Appeal, Ending Campaign Finance Disclosure Case” by Tessa Cheek for Colorado Independent

New York Panel Approves Fine for Group against Carriage Horses” by Nikita Stewart for New York Times


A State Guide to Political Corruption, According to the Reporters Who Cover It” by Niraj Chokshi for Washington Post

Questions Surround Constitutional Amendment on Ethics, Term Limits” by John Lyon (Arkansas News Bureau) for Arkansas News

State Ethics Commission Belatedly Completes Review of NC Fracking Board” by John Murawski for Raleigh News & Observer

Work of FBI Squad Evident in Columbus Payday Probe” by The Associated Press for Marietta Times

John Kitzhaber Stalls on Cylvia Hayes Records; the Few Documents Released Raise Questions” by Laura Gunderson for Portland Oregonian

Republicans Seize on Audit Critical of State Elections Board” by Patrick Marley for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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