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August 15, 2017  •  

Tuesday’s State Government and Ethics News


Louisiana: “Conflict of Interest or Educational Opportunity? La. Legislators Have Benefited from $73K-Worth of Free Travel Since 2016” by Elizabeth Crisp for New Orleans Advocate

Oklahoma: “State Ethics Rules Often Hide Sources of Lobbyists’ Gifts, Meals” by Trevor Brown for Oklahoma Watch

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California: “Voting Rights Group Fined for Not Disclosing Union Support for Ballot Measures” by David Garrick for San Diego Union Tribune

Tennessee: “Election Registry Advises Tennessee Lawmakers Not to Use Campaign Funds for Living Expenses” by Jordan Buie for The Tennessean


How a Conservative TV Giant Is Ridding Itself of Regulation” by Cecilia Kang, Eric Lipton, and Sydney Ember for New York Times

Mueller Is Said to Seek Interviews with West Wing in Russia Case” by Michael Schmidt, Matt Apuzzo, and Maggie Haberman for New York Times

New York: “Dan Squadron Fought the LLC Loophole and the Loophole Won” by Rachel Silberstein for Gotham Gazette


Inside the Elizabeth Warren Merchandising Empire” by Lauren Dezenski for Politico

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