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November 18, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Texas: “Lobby Reform Rules Move Forward” by Jo Clifton for Austin Monitor

Campaign Finance

What Are the Benefits of Campaign Finance Reform?” by Sam Power for Washington Post

California: “Vacations, Groceries, Hotels: Supervisor Todd Spitzer’s spending from obscure fund raises questions” by Meghann Cuniff for Orange County Register

Connecticut: “Dems Would Scrap Clean Election Program to Balance Budget” by Christine Stuart for


Chris Christie, Taking Law-and-Order Stance, Sidesteps Bridge Scandal in ’16 Race” by Alexander Burns for New York Times

North Carolina: “NC Rep. Lewis Took Last-Minute Action to Protect Friend’s State Contract” by Patrick Gannon for Raleigh News & Observer

Wisconsin: “Assembly GOP Approves Rewritten Campaign Finance Laws, GAB Overhaul” by Patrick Marley for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


Supreme Court Takes Up Virginia Redistricting Case” by Jenna Portnoy for Washington Post

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