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

October 27, 2015  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

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DNC Courts Lobbyist Cash with Promise of VIP Access at Convention” by Megan Wilson for The Hill

Illinois: “Spending by Lobbyists Up This Year; Diana Rauner-Led Organization Tops List of Spenders” by Doug Finke for State Journal Register

New York: “JCOPE Issues Fines to Housing Activists, Others on Filing Violations” by Rick Karlin for Albany Times Union

Texas: “Opposition to Lobbying Resolution Organizes” by Elizabeth Pagano for Austin Monitor

Campaign Finance

‘Fire Paul Ryan’? Rebel PACs Hit Republicans, and It Pays” by Eric Lipton and Jennifer Steinhauer for New York Times


DOJ: No criminal charges in IRS Tea Party probe” by Kevin Johnson and Gregory Korte for USA Today

Colorado: “New Working Group Could Slow Denver Ethics Code Changes” by Jon Murray for Denver Post

North Carolina: “NC Ethics Panel Gets Extra Funding to Chip at Backlog” by Gary Robertson (Associated Press) for Ashville Citizen-Times


Jeb Bush Shakes Up His Struggling Campaign with Major Spending Cuts” by Philip Rucker for Washington Post

Legislative Issues

Kansas: “Kansas Legislation Is Most Anonymous in Nation” by Celia Llopis-Jepsen for Topeka Capital-Journal

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