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

January 7, 2014  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Bottom Line” in The Hill.

Snapchat hires lobbyists for the first time” by Kate Tummarello in The Hill.

Washington: “Bill would make it easier to track lobbyist giving” by Ralph Schwartz in the Bellingham Herald.

Campaign Finance

Caution – Creative Campaign Bookkeeping in Progress” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call’s Political MoneyLine.

Arizona: “Lawmaker wants voters to repeal public campaign funding” by Howard Fischer in the Arizona Daily Star.

Colorado: “Colorado GOP looks to establish expenditure committee free of limits” by Kurtis Lee in the Denver Post.

Minnesota: “Minn. campaign board taking new look at Senate DFL” by The Associated Press in the Sun Herald.


California: “California campaign ethics watchdog marks record year” by Christopher Cadelago in the Sacramento Bee.

Hawaii: “A New Era in Ethics in Honolulu? Time Will Tell” by Nick Grube in the Honolulu Civil Beat.

Missouri: “Rowden bill would limit lobbyist gifts to legislators” by Rudi Keller in the Columbia Daily Tribune.

Virginia: “Va. House members broker ethics reform deal” by Julian Walker in The Virginian-Pilot.

Virginia: “Virginia lawmakers detail ethics reform plans” by Rachel Weiner in The Washington Post.


Arkansas: “Early voting to begin in special election for state Senate seat” in the Arkansas News Bureau.

State Legislatures

California: “California 2014 legislative session kicks off with new faces, old scandal” by Jeremy B. White and Laurel Rosenhall in the Sacramento Bee.

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