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March 27, 2018  •  

Tuesday’s Government and Ethics News

Campaign Finance

England: “Using Digital Firm, Brexit Campaigners Skirted Spending Laws, Ex-Employee Says” by David Kirkpatrick for New York Times

Colorado: “Denver Grand Jury Investigates Colorado Secretary of State for Handling of Campaign Finance Complaints” by Jon Murray for Denver Post


National: “Former Cambridge Analytica Workers Say Firm Sent Foreigners to Advise U.S. Campaigns” by Craig Timberg and Tom Hamburger for Washington Post

National: “Attorney Says Roy Moore Supporters Offered Him $10,000 to Drop Client Who Accused the Senate Candidate of Sexual Impropriety” by Shawn Boburg and Dalton Bennett (Washington Post) for Chicago Tribune

Wisconsin: “Wisconsin GOP Will Aim to Block Judge’s Order to Gov. Scott Walker to Call Special Election” by Jason Stein for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


National: “Fund-Raiser Held Out Access to Trump as a Prize for Prospective Clients” by Kenneth Vogel and David Kirkpatrick for New York Times

Arizona: “Lawyer Seeks to Block Testimony from Wife of Indicted Ex-Arizona Utilities Regulator” by Howard Fischer (Capitol Media Services) for Arizona Daily Star

New York: “Corruption Trial Bruises Powerful Law Firm” by Robert Gavin for Albany Times Union

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