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

October 13, 2015  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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Alabama: “Jarrod Massey: Looking for a second chance after prison in bingo case” by Charles Dean for AL.com

Florida: “City Council President Proposes Cellphone Ban during Meetings; Citizens Group Plans to File Lawsuit” by Christopher Hong for Florida Times Union

Campaign Finance

The Families Funding the 2016 Presidential Election” by Nicholas Confessore, Sarah Cohen, and Karen Yourish for New York Times

Nonprofit Masks Source of Ads Backing Rubio” by Jonathan Martin and Nicholas Confessore for New York Times

Wisconsin: “GOP Proposal Rewrites State’s Campaign Finance Laws” by Matthew DeFour for Wisconsin State Journal


Connecticut: “In Hartford, Case of Treasurer Adam Cloud Prompts Calls to Strengthen Ethics Code” by Jeff Cohen for WNPR

South Dakota: “Democrats Plan New Push for Ethics Commission over GEAR UP” by James Nord (Associated Press) for Sioux Falls Argus Leader


How Can an Introvert Like Jeb Bush Get Elected President?” by Amber Phillips for Washington Post


Through Executive Orders, Obama Tests Power as Purchaser-in-Chief” by Gregory Korte for USA Today


Florida: “Judge Rejects House, Senate Redistricting Map, Recommends Challengers’ Plan” by Mary Ellen Klas for Miami Herald

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