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

April 28, 2015  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Kevin Spacey’s Brilliant and Weirdly Effective Campaign to Win over DC” by Noam Scheiber for Washingtonian Magazine

Collapse of Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger Shows Limits of Lobbying” by Tony Romm and Alex Byers for Politico

California: “New Technology Makes Sacramento Politics More Transparent” by Joe Garofoli for San Francisco Chronicle

North Carolina: “Not Just Photo-Ops: Businesses gain from political visits” by Caitlin Byrd for Asheville Times-Citizen

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Never Before Have So Many People with So Much Money Run for President” by Matea Gold and Ed O’Keefe for Washington Post

Maine: “Effort to Place Repeal of Maine’s Clean Election Law on the Ballot Faces Opposition” by Alanna Durkin (Associated Press) for Greenfield Daily Reporter


Clinton Foundation Acknowledges ‘Mistakes,’ Emphasizes Transparency” by Rosalind Helderman for Washington Post

Indiana: “For Indiana Lawmakers, a $500,000 Ethics Question” by Tony Cook for Indianapolis Star

Montana: “Senate Confirms Motl as Political Practices Commissioner” by Charles Johnson for Helena Independent Record

Texas: “Ethics Watchdogs Question Fraser’s Energy Holdings” by Jay Root and Jim Malewitz for Texas Tribune

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