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March 6, 2018  •  

Tuesday’s Government and Ethics News

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Texas: “Talk About Big Bucks: Deer semen donations are fueling South Texas campaign” by Jackie Wang for Dallas News


Colorado: “Colorado Rep. Steve Lebsock Is Expelled Following Harassment Complaints from Five Women” by Brian Eason and Jesse Paul for Denver Post

Kentucky: “Company Tied to Gov. Matt Bevin Gets $400K Through State’s ‘Angel Investment’ Program” by Tom Loftus for Lousivelle Courier-Journal

Maryland: “Current, Former Md. Lawmakers Accused of Inappropriately Touching Women in Annapolis” by Ovetta Wiggins for Washington Post

Michigan: “Sen. Bert Johnson Pleads Guilty, Resigns” by Robert Snell for Detroit News


Federal: “Companies Court Lawmakers with Charitable Giving, but Don’t Always Disclose the Funds” by Carrie Levine for Center for Public Integrity

Florida: “Florida Democrat Demands Probe of NRA Lobbyist Marion Hammer’s Influence” by News Service of Florida for Orlando Sentinel

West Virginia: “Armstead: Investigation underway after lobbyist used access card to enter Capitol” by Jake Zuckerman for Charleston Gazette-Mail

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