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

April 11, 2017  •  

Tuesday’s Government Relations and Ethics News


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Montana: “Montana Considers Raising Political Campaign Donation Limits” by Matt Volz (Associated Press) for Washington Times

New Mexico: “Governor Vetoes Campaign Finance Reform” by Trip Jennings  for New Mexico In Depth


Who’s Visiting the White House? Watchdog Groups Are Suing to Find Out” By John Wagner for Washington Post

How Bannon’s Multimedia Machine Drove a Movement and Paid Him Millions” by Shawn Boburg and Robert O’Hara Jr. for Washington Post

Alabama: “Alabama Governor Resigns, Pleads Guilty to Charges Tied to Allegations He Tried to Cover Up Affair with a Top Aide” by Amber Phillips for Washington Post

California: “Los Angeles County D.A.’s Office Sees a Big Drop in the Number of Public Corruption Prosecutions” by Ben Poston and Kim Christensen for Los Angeles Times

Maryland: “In Session Bookended by Corruption, Maryland Lawmakers Re-Write Ethics Laws” by Erin Cox for Baltimore Sun

Nevada: “What Is a Conflict of Interest? Lawsuit against Reno Lawmaker Might Decide” by Seth Richardson for Reno Gazette-Journal


Oregon: “Aiming for Openness, Oregon House Passes Bill to Make Lobbyists Say What They Influence” by Gordon Friedman for Portland Oregonian

South Carolina: “South Carolina Statehouse Corruption Probe Investigating Whether Richard Quinn & Associates’ Campaign Work ‘Bled into’ Lobbying” by Andrew Brown for Charleston Post and Courier

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