Tuesday's Government and Ethics News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 3, 2017  •  

Tuesday’s Government and Ethics News Roundup


Monsanto Banned from European Parliament” by Arthur Nelson for The Guardian

‘Little Lobbyists’ Help Save the Health Care Law, for Now” by Robert Pear for New York Times

Arizona: “ASU, AU Shield Lobbying Expenses Via Foundations” by Jim Small for Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting

Campaign Finance

FEC Fines Contractor That Gave Pro-Clinton Super PACs Illegal Cash” by Dave Levinthal for Center for Public Integrity

Connecticut: “Connecticut’s Public Campaign Financing Spared – For Now” by Neil Vigdor for New Haven Register

Miami: “Miami Realtor Is Suspected of Funneling Foreign Money to Grieco Campaign” by Nicholas Nehamas and Joey Flechas for Miami Herald

Maryland: “Loosened Fundraising Rules Unleashing Big Cash for 2018 Maryland Elections” by Erin Cox for Baltimore Sun


Overturned Convictions Loom Over Menendez’s Corruption Trial” by Nick Corasaniti for New York Times


Alabama: “How an Alabama Senator Got His Job May Have Led to His Losing It” by Alan Blinder for New York Times

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