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December 16, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


E.P.A. Broke Law with Social Media Push for Water Rule, Auditor Finds” by Eric Lipton and Michael Shear for New York Times

A Revolving Door Helps Big Banks’ Quiet Campaign to Muscle out Fannie and Freddie” by Gretchen Morgenson for New York Times

California: “As Hospital Lobbyist, Ex-County Employee Pushes Limits of Ethics Policy” by Tracy Wood for Voice of OC

Florida: “Broward Commission Rewrites its Ethics Code, Allows $5 Gifts” by Brittany Wallman for South Florida Sun Sentinel

Washington: “Ethics Board Looks at Lawmakers’ Meal Limit” by Joseph O’Sullivan for Seattle Times

Campaign Finance

Stumbo Proposes Doubling Campaign Contribution Limit” by Ryland Barton for WFPL


EU: “Commission Agrees to Boost Revolving-Door” by James Panichi for Politico

Sen. Bob Corker Earned Millions More Than First Reported” by Mary Troyan for USA Today

New York: “Dean Skelos, Ex-New York Senate Leader, and His Son Are Convicted of Corruption” by William Rashbaum and Susanne Craig for New York Times

New York: “To Judge, Lawyer’s Cooperation Doesn’t Offset Corruption” by Benjamin Weiser for New York Times


Cruz Campaign Credits Psychological Data and Analytics for Its Rising Success” by Tom Hamburger for Washington Post

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