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

October 6, 2015  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Kansas: “Lobbyists Spend $500,000 on Food, Drink for Kansas Lawmakers” by Bryan Lowry for Wichita Eagle

Ohio: “Redlight Camera Lobbyist Agrees to Plead to Extortion, Releases Statement” by Lucas Sullivan for Columbus Dispatch

Campaign Finance

At End of Fundraising Quarter, O’Malley Seeks to Lessen Role of Money in Politics” by John Wagner for Washington Post

Connecticut: “Court Fight Heats Up Over Subpoena of Democrats’ Emails about Malloy’s Campaign” by Jon Lender for Hartford Courant

Maine: “A Wary Ethics Panel Sends Campaign Spending Proposal to Legislature” by Steve Mistler for Portland Press Herald

New Mexico: “New Corruption Fine Could Be Applied to Duran Case” by Deborah Baker for Albuquerque Journal

North Carolina: “Advisory Letter Could Permit Bigger Role for Outside Groups in NC Elections” by Mark Binker for WRAL

West Virginia: “Bobby Harrell Says He Won’t Immediately Pay Ethics Order” by Schuyler Kropf for Charleston Post & Courier


New Jersey: “Christie’s DOT Chief Steps Down” by Shawn Boberg and Dustin Racioppi for Bergen Record


Pithy, Mean and Powerful: How Donald Trump mastered Twitter for 2016” by Michael Barbaro for New York Times

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