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August 12, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Missouri: “MEC Dismisses Complaint against Redmon” by Travis Zimpfer for Missouri Times

Ohio: “Mills Stepping Off City Council, Ballot Amid Ethics Questions” by Lucas Sullivan for Columbus Dispatch

Campaign Finance

Lawrence Lessig Wants to Run for President – in a Most Unconventional Way” by Philip Rucker for Washington Post

California: “Watchdog Issues Campaign Fines in Los Angeles Mayor’s Race” by Juliet Williams (Associated Press) for Miami Herald


Connecticut: “Ganim Pushes Anti-Corruption Reforms” by Brian Lockhart for Connecticut Post

New York: “Halfmoon Ex-Supervisor Melinda Wormuth Admits to Corruption Charges” by Brendan Lyons for Albany Times Union

Oklahoma: “Oklahoma Lawmaker Resigns amid Embezzlement Investigation” by Tim Talley (Associated Press) for Albany Times Union

Virginia: “Federal Appeals Court Turns Down Former Va. Governor McDonnell, Again” by Matt Zapotosky for Washington Post


Rick Perry’s Campaign Details a Path Forward despite Money Woes” by Philip Rucker for Washington Post

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