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

March 10, 2015  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Arkansas: “Lawmakers List Lobby-Paid Trips” by Michael Wickline for The Democrat-Gazette

North Carolina: “City of Charlotte to Study Rules for Lobbyists” by Steve Harrison for Charlotte Observer

Campaign Finance

How You (And a Few Thousand of Your Friends) Can Become the Biggest Donors in American Politics” by Philip Bump for Washington Post

Florida: “Judge Recommends $58,000 in Ethics Fines for David Rivera” by Patricia Mazzei for Miami Herald

Rhode Island: “Lawmakers Say They’ll Reform the Campaign Finance System Because Ex-Speaker Exploited It” by Jennifer McDermott (Associated Press) for Columbus Republic


Menendez Is to Face Corruption Charges, U.S. Official Says” by Kate Zernike and Matt Apuzzo for New York Times

New Jersey: “Reporter Defies Subpoena Ordering Him to Keep Recording of Public Meetings Private” by Brian Amoral (NJ Advance Media) for Newark Star-Ledger

North Carolina: “Gov. McCrory Amends Ethics Report to Show Others Paid for Seven Trips” by J. Andrew Curliss for Raleigh News & Observer

Texas: “Senate Renews Effort to Move Corruption Unit Out of Travis County” by Brian Rosenthal for Houston Chronicle

Texas: “High Hopes for Ethics Reform, but It’s Early” by Jay Root for Texas Tribune

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