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June 10, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Did Obama’s Pick to Head Navy Break Lobbying Law?” by Austin Wright and Philip Ewing for Politico

Louisiana: “What Good Do Lobbyist Reporting Laws Do without Enforcement” by the Editorial Board for New Orleans Times-Picayune

Pennsylvania: “Bill to Ban Contingent-Fee Lobbying Advances” by Staff for Chadds Ford Live

Campaign Finance

How Democratic or Republican Is Your Job? This Tool Tells You.” by Philip Bump for Washington Post

Shaun McCutcheon Blew Up Campaign-Finance Law and Became a GOP Hero. Then He Set His Sights on Paris Hilton.” by Luke Mullins for Washingtonian Magazine

Alaska: “Alaska Campaign Finance Watchdog Drops Charlo Greene Investigation” by Suzanna Caldwell for Alaska Dispatch News

California: “Ethics Panel Orders S.F. Supervisor to Pay $181,000 Fine” by John Wildermuth for San Francisco Chronicle

California: “Azano Says Finance Law Unconstitutional” by Kristina Davis for San Diego Union Tribune


Hastert Allegations Cast New Light on His Speakership” by Todd Purdum for Politico

Dennis Hastert Pleads Not Guilty in Chicago Court” by Monica Davey for New York Times

New York: “Schneiderman’s Evolution on Ethics” by David King for Gotham Gazette


Pollsters Fret Looming Robocall Restrictions” by Mario Trujillo for The Hill

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