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

November 7, 2017  •  

Tuesday’s Government and Ethics News Roundup


Indiana: “Indiana Politicians Got Thousands in Gifts While Pushing Solar Policy” by Emily Hopkins and Sarah Bowman for Indianapolis Star

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Colorado: “Public Financing and Lower Donation Limits for Denver Elections? Question Is Headed to Ballot – in 2018” by Jon Murray for Denver Post

Washington: “Judge Upholds Seattle’s Novel Campaign Finance Vouchers” by Gene Johnson (Associated Press) for Seattle Times


Commerce Secretary’s Offshore Ties to Putin ‘Cronies’” by Mike McIntire, Sasha Chavkin, and Martha Hamilton for New York Times

Sen. Rand Paul’s Injuries Far More Severe Than Initially Thought” by Brandon Gee and Ed O’Keefe for Washington Post

District of Columbia: “Former D.C. Schools Chancellor Henderson Officially ‘Reprimanded’ by D.C. Ethics Board” by Valerie Strauss for Washington Post

Florida: “Code of Silence Is Breaking on Tallahassee’s Sex Secrets” by Mary Ellen Klas, Steve Bousquet, and Patricia Mazzei for Miami Herald

Kentucky: “After Last Scandal, Legislature Changed Harassment Policy. It Left Out Political Staff.” by Daniel Desrochers for Lexington Herald-Leader

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