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November 25, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Twilio, TaskRabbit hire first lobbyists” by Mario Trujillo in The Hill

Campaign Finance

Ben Carson’s Book Tour Draws Campaign Finance Complaint” by Trip Gabriel in The New York Times

Montana: “Political Practices boss adopts new campaign finance rules” by The Associated Press in the Independent Record

New Mexico: “House Democrats push campaign finance reform, ethics board” by Susan Montoya Bryan (Associated Press) in the Sun Herald


California: “S.F. Ethics Commission hires director with long experience in L.A.” by Lizzie Johnson and Heather Knight in the San Francisco Chronicle

New York: “Thomas Libous, Ex-New York State Senator, Gets Probation and Home Confinement in Corruption Case” by Vivan Yee in The New York Times


Forget the 2016 Polls: Nobody Knows Anything Yet” by S.V. Dáte (National Journal) in Government Executive

Government Transparency

Missouri: “Auditor finds Sunshine Law violations in closed meetings” by Summer Ballentine (Associated Press) in the Columbia Daily Tribune

Social Media and Tech

Top Ten Presidential Campaign Facebook Posts (11/13 to 11/19/2015)” by Colin Delany in

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