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April 29, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Texas: “Wining and Dining Disclosure Bills Advance” by Jay Root for Texas Tribune

Campaign Finance

How Super PACs Can Run Campaigns” by New York Times Editorial Board for New York Times

New York: “Bill to Close Campaign Finance Loophole Clears Committee” by Michael Virtanen for Legislative Gazette


Colorado: “Denver City Employee Indicted on DIA Contract Bribery Charges” by Mark Jaffe for Denver Post

Georgia: “Ga. Ethics Commission Chooses Ritter as New Leader Following Troubled Period” by The Associated Press for Columbus Republic

Indiana: “Gov. Pence to Sign Ethics Reform Bill” by Tony Cook for Indianapolis Star

New Jersey: “The Dinner Proposal That Led United into Corruption Probe” by David Kocieniewski and David Voreacos for Bloomberg Business

Texas: “Tough Ethics Bills May Hit Too Close to Home for Texas Legislature” by Eva-Marie Ayala for Dallas Morning News


G.O.P. Struggling With Shifts on Gay Marriage” by Adam Nagourney for New York Times


New York: “With Dean Skelos’s Son Aboard, AbTech Seemed Confident in Bid for Nassau County Contract” by Thomas Kaplan for New York Times

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