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May 16, 2017  •  

Tuesday’s Government Relations and Ethics News


Young Black Democrats, Eager to Lead from the Left, Eye Runs in 2018” by Alexander Burns for New York Times


Trump Revealed Highly Classified Information to Russian Foreign Minister and Ambassador” by Greg Miller and Greg Jaffe for Washington Post

How Trump Gets His Fake News” by Shane Goldmacher for Politico

Under Trump, Inconvenient Data Is Being Sidelined” by Juliet Eilperin for Washington Post

Reckless Stock Trading Leaves Congress Rife with Conflicts” by Maggie Severns for Politico

Missouri: “Greitens Fails to Meet Promises on Ethics Laws” by Summer Ballentine (Associated Press) for Southeast Missourian

New York: “Joseph Ponte to Resign as New York City Jails Chief” by Michael Schwirtz and William Rashbaum for New York Times

South Carolina: “South Carolina Consulting Firm’s ‘Tentacles’ Have Created an ‘Unprecedented’ Political Power Structure” by Andy Shain, Glenn Smith, and Andrew Brown for Charleston Post and Courier


California: “Mayor’s Top Aide Got Married at Bayfront Estate of Developer and SoccerCity Supporter” by Kevin McDonald for San Diego Union-Tribune

Texas: “State Fraud Investigator Forced to Resign Over Ties to Iraqi Government Lobbying” by Edgar Walters for Texas Tribune

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