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

July 21, 2015  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Jeb Bush Promises to Curb Lobbying and Cut Size of Government” by Michael Barbaro for New York Times

Campaign Finance

Seeing Crowd, G.O.P. Donors Holding Back” by Nicholas Confessore and Sarah Cohen for New York Times

Alabama: “Alabama Lawmakers Again Try to Tighten Campaign Finance Law” by Mike Cason for AL.com

Delaware: “Delaware Wins Appeal, Can Enforce Law on Election Ads” by Jonathan Stempel for Reuters


California: “Cleaning Up Politics or ‘Vindictive’ Nosy Neighbor? Shirley Grindle Is Making Last Stand as a Watchdog” by Martin Wisckol for Orange County Register

Ohio: “Red-Light-Camera Lobbyist Removed Himself from Committee Due to Conflict” by Mark Ferenchick for Columbus Dispatch

Pennsylvania: “Pennsylvania Turnpike Employees Continue to Get Free Ride on Toll Road” by Melissa Daniels for Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Vermont: “State Contracts Needed by Scott’s Company May Impact ’16 Race” by Neal Goswami for The Times-Argus

Wisconsin: “Walker Calls for Dismantling of State Elections Board” by Scott Bauer (Associated Press) for Albany Times Union


Who Advises Candidate Trump? (Hint: His Name Is Donald)” by Maggie Haberman and Michael Barbaro for New York Times

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