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March 23, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


California: “Tech Consultants May Soon Have to Register as Lobbyists” by Samantha Young for

Missouri: “Lobbyists, Liaisons Would Take Sexual Harassment Training under Measure” by Alex Stuckey for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Campaign Finance

Will a Liberal Supreme Court Limit Money in Politics?” by Mark Schmitt for New York Times

Montana: “Lawsuit Says Disclose Act is Unconstitutionally Overbroad” by James DeHaven for Helena Independent Record

Vermont: “Corren, Attorney General Still at Odds on Campaign Finance Case” by David Gram (Associated Press) for Rutland Herald


How Does Trump Get So Much Air Time? Media Ethics under Fire” by Harry Bruinius for Christian Science Monitor

Clinton and Trump Win Arizona; Cruz Picks Up Utah; Sanders Takes 2” by Jonathan Martin for New York Times


New York: “Another Cuomo Insider for JCOPE” by Casey Seiler for Albany Times Union

Legislative Issues

Congress Setting New Bar for Doing Nothing” by Lauren French for Politico

Kansas: “Kansas Senate Passes Judicial-Impeachment Bill” by Dion Lefler for Wichita Eagle

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