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October 7, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Kentucky: “Kentucky Lawmakers, Lobbyists May Already Be Violating New State Ethics Laws” by Jonathan Meador for Insider Louisville

Campaign Finance

How Hillary Clinton Kept Her Wealthy Friends Close While at State Department” by Tom Hamburger for Washington Post

Menendez’s Defense Relies on Odd Twist” by Salvador Rizzo for Bergen Record

California: “Regulators Propose Rules to Prevent Illegal Coordination” by Judy Lin (Associated Press) for Albany Times Union

Virginia: “Ex-Treasurer for Va. Senate Minority Leader is Accused of Stealing from Him” by Laura Vozzella for Washington Post


Donald Trump’s Candidacy Raises Novel Ethics Questions” by Fredreka Schouten for USA Today

Florida: “North Miami Senior High’s Night-School Principal Arrested on Corruption Charges” by David Ovalle for Miami Herald


The Man Who Launched the GOP’s Civil War” by Jonathan Katz for Politico

Legislative Issues

North Carolina: “Legislature’s Last-Minute Rush Prompts Criticism” by Colin Campbell for Raleigh News & Observer

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