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June 13, 2017  •  

Tuesday’s Government Relations and Ethics News


Lobbyists’ Foreign Agent Filing Raises Questions” by John Hudson for BuzzFeed.com

Campaign Finance

Arizona: “What Happens When One of Your Financial Backers Is Indicted?” by Ronald Hansen and Yvonne Wingett Sanchez for Arizona Republic

Florida: “It’s the End for the Miami Beach Mystery PAC – a Political Whodunit” by Nicholas Nehamas and Joey Flechas for Miami Herald

Michigan: “How Bingo Games Led to $500K Fine for Mich. Democratic Party” by Kathleen Gray (Detroit Free Press) for USA Today

New Mexico: “Audit Reveals Questionable Campaign Spending” by Dan Boyd for Albuquerque Journal


Role of Trump’s Personal Lawyer Blurs Public and Private Lines” by Rebecca Ruiz and Sharon LaFraniere for New York Times

D.C. and Maryland Sue President Trump, Alleging Breach of Constitutional Oath” by Aaron Davis for Washington Post

Idaho: “Idaho Legislature to Re-Examine Ethics, Campaign Finance Laws” by Betsy Russell for Spokane Spokesman-Review

Oklahoma: “Oklahoma Ethics Commission Hikes Fee $50 on All Filers” by William Savage III for NonDoc.com


Supreme Court Could Tackle Partisan Gerrymandering in Watershed Case” by Robert Barnes for Washington Post

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