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

June 30, 2015  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Lobbying Typos and Misdemeanors” by James Panichi for Politico

How Marco Rubio Turned Political Star Power into a Soaring Personal Income” by Tom Hamburger and Sean Sullivan for Washington Post

Ohio: “Lobbyist a Constant in Columbus’ Politics” by Mark Ferenchik and Lucas Sullivan for Columbus Dispatch

Virginia: “With McAuliffe in Office, Old Friends Find New Opportunities” by Alan Suderman (Associated Press) for Lexington Herald-Leader

Campaign Finance

Bernie Sanders Doesn’t Follow the Money” by Tarini Parti and Jonathan Topaz for Politico

Money Talks, Especially during Legislative Sessions” by Madison Russ for Philadelphia Inquirer


Maine: “Combative Maine Governor Becomes a Party of One” by Katherine Seelye for New York Times

New Jersey: “Backlog of Local N.J. Ethics Cases Fosters Frustration” by Nicholas Pugliese for Bergen Record

Pennsylvania: “Lack of Funding for State Ethics Commission Invites Corruption, Experts Worry” by Kari Andren for Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Justices Rule 5-4 That Independent Panels Can Draw Election District Lines” by Robert Barnes for Washington Post

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