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

September 1, 2015  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Lobbying Firm Fined for Disclosure Violations” by Dave Levinthal for Center for Public Integrity

Maryland: “Maryland Receives ‘B’ Grade on Lobbying Disclosure” by Wiley Hayes for Carroll County Times

North Carolina: “Influence of Lobbyists Makes Them Practically a ‘Third House’ of Legislature” by Mark Binker for WRAL

Oregon: “Lobbying Spending Is Up. Where does the money go?” by Gordon Friedman for Salem Statesman Journal

Campaign Finance

New Mexico: “Complaint: A story of casinos, campaign money and crime” by Milan Simonich, Steve Terrell, and Staci Matlock for Santa Fe New Mexican


Colorado: “Denver Officials’ Gift Disclosures Require Little Detail about Giving” by Jon Murray for Denver Post

Indiana: “Who’s Paying Pence’s Travel Tab?” by Chelsea Schneider and Tony Cook for Indianapolis Star

Maryland: “State Ethics Board Examining Martin O’Malley’s Purchase of Mansion Furniture” by Doug Donovan for Baltimore Sun

Vermont: “Pollina Calls for Stringent Ethics Rules” by Anne Galloway for VTDigger.org

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