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July 15, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Lobbyists Decamp for Capitol Hill Jobs” by Megan Wilson for The Hill

Tennessee: “Lobbyist: Armstrong paid to help wholesaler” by Jamie Satterfield for Knoxville News Sentinel

Utah: “Utah Cities Turning to Lobbyists as Their Lifeline to the Legislature” by Dan Harrie for Salt Lake Tribune

Virginia: “Lobbyists Spend Less on Lawmakers in Wake of McDonnell Trial” by Jim Nolan (Richmond Times Dispatch) for Roanoke Times

Campaign Finance

Florida: “Miami Beach Commission Bickers over $`1 Million in Donations to New Political Committee” by Joey Flechas for Miami Herald

New Jersey: “Federal Case Could Impact New Jersey Pay-to-Play Limits” by Jeff Brindle (New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission) for PolitickerNJ

Washington: “Taxpayer Financed Campaign Proposal, with ‘Democracy Vouchers,’ Wins a Place Seattle’s Fall Ballot” by Joel Connelly for Seattle Post-Intelligencer


North Carolina: “NC Election Board Member’s Firm Worked for Target of Probe” by Michael Biesecker and Mitch Weiss (Associated Press) for WRAL

Pennsylvania: “What FBI Was After in Allentown City Hall Investigation” by Emily Opilo and Matt Assad for Allentown Morning Call

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