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

March 3, 2015  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Other States Require Lobbyists to Report Compensation” by Michael Sol Warren for New Mexico In Depth

Rhode Island: “Panel Recommends Higher Fees for Lobbyists” by Jennifer Bogdon for Providence Journal

Campaign Finance

Justice Department Ramps up Scrutiny of Candidates and Independent Groups” by Matea Gold and Coby Itkowitz for Washington Post

Maine: “Lawmakers Seek Reform for Maine’s Clean Election Law” by Scott Thistle for The Sun-Journal

Massachusetts: “Inaugural Donors Have Dealings with State Treasurer” by Frank Phillips for Boston Globe

Montana: “Senate Passes Reform Proposal to Increase Campaign-Finance Disclosures” by Lisa Baumann (Associated Press) for The Daily Journal

New Jersey: “Chris Christie Faces New Jersey Bill Restricting Campaign Cash from Firms Managing Pension” by David Sirota for International Business Times

Texas: “Former Dewhurst Aide Buddy Barfield Gets 7 Years for Embezzling” by Tom Benning for Dallas Morning News


Alabama: “Stunning Emails Paint Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard as Desperate for Money, Favors” by John Archibald for AL.com

Virginia: “Virginia Senate Republicans Were Set to Sink Ethics Bill” by Laura Vozzella, Jenna Portnoy, and Rachel Weiner for Washington Post

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