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February 3, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


New York: “JCOPE’s Overreaching Rule Violates First Amendment” by Tom Shanahan for Albany Times Union

Utah: “Registered Lobbyists Outnumber Utah Lawmakers by More than 4 to 1” by Mariah Noble for Salt Lake Tribune

Campaign Finance

Hillary Clinton’s Women Donors Could Change Politics Forever” by Li Zhou for The Atlantic

Arizona: “Arizona Lawmakers Introduce Bills to Kill Clean Elections” by Ryan Van Velzer (Associated Press) for Washington Times

District of Columbia: “D.C. Audit Reopens Questions about Vincent Gray’s 2010 Election Campaign” by Aaron Davis for Washington Post


Pennsylvania: “Former Reading Official Gets 2 Years in Bribery Case” by Jeremy Roebuck for Philadelphia Inquirer


Martin O’Malley to Drop Out After Finish in Iowa Vote” by Ashley Parker for New York Times

Cruz Edges Trump in Iowa Caucuses; Rubio Finishes Strong Third” by Philip Rucker and Jenna Johnson for Washington Post

Iowa Count: Clinton nudges past Sanders in photo-finish race” by Anne Gearan and John Wagner for Washington Post

Legislative Issues

Kansas: “Kansas Sen. Mitch Holmes Apologizes for Women’s Dress Code” by Dani Stewart for CNN

North Carolina: “NC Lawmakers’ Government Staffers Double as Campaign Workers” by Colin Campbell for Raleigh News & Observer

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