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July 22, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News



K Street Bouncing Back in 2015” by Megan Wilson for The Hill

Washington: “PDC’s Lobbyist Filings to Get Upgrade” by the Editorial Board for The Olympian

Campaign Finance

The Only Realistic Way to Fix Campaign Finance” by Lawrence Lessig for New York Times

Dems Urge Obama to Veto Bill over Campaign Finance Restrictions” by Cristina Marcos for The Hill

Kansas: “Brownback Campaign Sought Cash from Westar Official amid Ongoing Rate Case” by Jonathan Shorman for Topeka Capital-Journal

Pennsylvania: “Teachers’ Union Gets Schooled for Violating Campaign Law” by Mensah Dean for Philadelphia Daily News


Hawaii: “Will Honolulu Ethics Commission Take the Gag Off its Director?” by Anita Hofschneider for Honolulu Civil Beat

Illinois: “Court Overturns Some Blagojevich Senate-Seat Convictions” by The Associated Press for New York Times


Ohio Gov. Kasich Joins GOP Race with Message of Conservatism, Compassion” by Dan Balz for Washington Post

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