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

October 24, 2017  •  

Tuesday’s Government and Ethics News Roundup


Mueller Now Investigating Democratic Lobbyist Tony Podesta” by Tom Winter and Julia Ainsley for NBC News

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Democrats Ban Some Corporate Donations While Approving Controversial New Member List” by David Weigel for Washington Post

California: “Feds Toss Jury Convictions Against Azano’s Son, Agree to Misdemeanor” by Kristina Davis and Greg Moran for San Diego Union Tribune

Montana: “Donors Once Again Much More Limited in Contributions to Montana Candidates” by Amy Beth Hanson for Helena Independent Record


Cub Scout Is Exiled After Pressing Legislator on Guns and Race” by Christine Hauser for New York Times

Florida: “He Paid His Ethics Fine in Pennies. Now Hialeah’s Mayor Investigates the Ethics Board.” by Douglas Hanks for Miami Herald

New York: “Former Top Assembly Ethics Official: Position a ‘waste of money’” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Pennsylvania: “Sexual Harassment Inside the Pa. Capitol? It Exists and ‘Needs to Stop,’ Lobbyist Says” by Jan Murphy for PennLive.com


Hopes Dim for Congressional Russia Inquiries as Parties Clash” by Nicholas Fandos for New York Times

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