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September 30, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News

Campaign Finance

New York: “Big Donors Seek Larger Roles in Presidential Campaigns” by Ashley Parker for New York Timesgov-building-symbol-md

FEC Employees: A bedraggled lot” by Dave Levinthal for Center for Public Integrity

Shop on, Help Elect Bernie Sanders?” by Michael Beckel for Center for Public Integrity

North Carolina: “Concerns Raised About Special Funds to Be Controlled by Top NC Lawmakers” by Taylor Knopf for Raleigh News & Observer

Pennsylvania: “Bill Would Place New Financial Limits on Pittsburgh Candidate Campaigns” by Bob Bauder for Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Secret Service Officials Allowed to Participate in Probe of Leak by Agency” by Jerry Markon for Washington Post

Michigan: “Are State Lawmakers Running on Your Dime? Courser, Gamrat Staffs Weren’t the Only Ones Blurring That Line” by Emily Lawler for MLive

New York: “Tangled Web Surrounds United’s Aborted Atlantic City RoutesNew York Times; Associated Press

New York: “Heastie Names Chief of New Assembly Ethics Compliance Office” by Casey Seiler for Albany Times Union


New York: “Donald Trump Is Not Going Anywhere” by Mark Leibovich for New York Times

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