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January 27, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Alaska: “Panel Says Lunch and Learn Events Could Raise Ethical” by Rashah McChesney (Associated Press) for Connecticut Post

Florida: “Florida Legislators’ Visit to Alabama Casino Is Legal, but Perception Problem Persists” by Tia Mitchell for Florida Times Union

New York: “NY Attorney General Links Lobbying Data on Public Website” by The Associated Press for Albany Times Union

New York: “JCOPE: Consultant contact with editorial boards must be disclosed” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Campaign Finance

Ohio: “Cleveland City Council President Proposes Increased Caps for Campaign Contributions” by Leila Atassi for Cleveland Plain Dealer


Illinois: “Jury Convicts Ex-Chicago Official in Red-Light Camera Case” by The Associated Press for ABC News

Missouri: “Lobbyist Gift Ban Advances in Capitol” by Kurt Erickson for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

New York: “2 Offices Won’t Investigate New York Constitutional Amendment on Adirondack Mining” by Susanne Craig for New York Times


Ben & Jerry’s Founder Unveils New ‘Bernie’s Yearning’ Ice Cream Flavor” by Nick Gass and Kenneth Vogel for Politico

Legislative Issues

Washington: “Sen. Pam Roach Booted Off Sex-Trafficking Panel for ‘Victim-Blaming,’ Other Insults” by Jim Brunner for Seattle Times

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