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January 13, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


California: “Police Union Consultant May Still Be Lobbying for POA” by Jonah Owen Lamb for San Francisco Examiner

West Virginia: “Proposed Changes to State Ethics Act Divide Lawmakers” by Phil Kabler for Charleston Gazette

Campaign Finance

Undisclosed Dollars Dominate Campaign Spending” by Kenneth Vogel for Politico

New Mexico: “Winter Plans New Office Unit on Campaign Finance” by Dan Boyd for Albuquerque Journal

Wisconsin: “Elections Board Says Parties Must Report Corporate Donations” by Patrick Marley for Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel


Florida: “Public Corruption Bill Hits Snag amid Senators’ Furor” by Ryan Ray for

Massachusetts: “Dispute Over State Senator’s Dirty Laundry Raises Questions” by Andrea Estes for Boston Globe

New York: “Cuomo Won’t Face Federal Charges Over Moreland Ethics Panel” by Benjamin Weiser for New York Times

Pennsylvania: “Former Allentown Finance Director Gary Strathearn Pleads Guilty to Federal Charge of Mail and Wire Fraud” by Emily Opilo and Peter Hall for Allentown Morning Call

Pennsylvania: “Struggling Philadelphia Inquirer Is Donated to Nonprofit in Groundbreaking Deal” by Fred Barbash for Washington Post

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