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

December 30, 2014  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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A Bipartisan Push to Limit Lobbyists’ Sway over Attorneys General” by Eric Lipton for New York Times

Arizona: “Firing of VA Clinic Chief Upheld over Gifts, Not Wait Times” by John Wagner (Arizona Republic) for USA Today

Florida: “London’s Dual Role as Commissioner, Lobbyist Has Mayor Demanding Client List” by Susannah Bryan for Orlando Sentinel

Georgia: “University System of Georgia Spent More Than $48,000 on Perks for State Lawmakers” by The Associated Press for Columbus Republic

Campaign Finance

Big Money Breaks Out” by Kenneth Vogel for Politico

Massachusetts: “State Campaign Contributions Set to Double” by Joshua Miller for Boston Globe

Missouri: “Diehl Endorses Bill Requiring Political Not-for-Profits to Reveal Donors” by Rudi Keller for Columbia Daily Tribune


California: “New FPPC Chair Takes Low-Profile Approach” by Laurel Rosenhall for Sacramento Bee

New Jersey: “North Haledon Mayor Fined $100 for Post-Sandy Generator Use” by Minjae Park for Bergen Record

Oklahoma: “State Ethics Agency Fails to Collect Most Fees” by M. Scott Carter (Oklahoma Watch)
for the Enid News & Eagle

South Carolina: “SC Ethics Attorney to Join Spearman’s Education Team” by Jamie Self for The State

Washington: “PDC Finding It Hard to Get Money to Make Upgrades to Its Campaign-Finance Web Site” by Brad Shannon (The Olympian) for Tacoma News Tribune

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