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June 24, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Rhode Island: “Edward Fitzpatrick: A final test for R.I. General Assembly on lobbying law” by Edward Fitzpatrick for Providence Journal

Campaign Finance

Can Unlimited Contributions to Political Parties Really Reduce Polarization?” by Lee Drutman for Washington Post

Will Doug Hughes Do Hard Time for Embarrassing Congress?” by Hannah Hess for Roll Call


Council of Conservative Citizens Promotes White Primacy, and G.O.P. Ties” by Michael Wines and Lizette Alvarez for New York Times

House Ethics Panel Extends Review of Azerbaijan Trip, Slams Leaks” by Rachel Roubein for National Review

Kentucky: “Former Pike Lawmaker Had Mine Inspector in ‘His Back Pocket,’ Prosecutor Says as Bribery Trial Begins” by John Cheves for Lexington Herald-Leader

Oregon: “Kate Brown Gets Her Wish: Last of her ethics reforms win approval” by Denis Theriault for Portland Oregonian

Pennsylvania: “Philly Elections Chief Clark Agrees to Pay $4G Ethics Fine” by Chris Hepp for Philadelphia Inquirer

Virginia: “Marsh Returns Money from Golf Outing” by Jim Nolan for Richmond Times-Dispatch


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