June 26, 2012 •
Tuesday News Roundup
“Public stations may get OK for political ads” by David Bauder (Associated Press) in The Washington Times.
“After winning right to spend, political groups fight for secrecy” by Joseph Tanfani and Melanie Mason in the Los Angeles Times.
Alaska: “Federal government role in Alaska elections questioned” by Becky Bohrer in the Anchorage Daily News.
District of Columbia: “Embattled DC Mayor Gray to propose campaign finance reforms in bid to end ‘pay to play’” by Ben Nuckols (Associated Press) in The Washington Post.
Minnesota: “Lobbying is a big business in Minnesota” by Jennifer Brooks in the Star Tribune.
Minnesota: “High court ruling throws state campaign law into doubt” by Corey Mitchell in the Star Tribune.
Texas: “Cruz-Dewhurst battle pits D.C. and Austin lobbyists” by Priya Anand in the Houston Chronicle.
Vermont: “Vermont Officials Criticize Federal Ruling On Campaign Finance” by Bob Kinzel on Vermont Public Radio.
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