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April 13, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Curbing Corporate Lobbyists: Easier than you think” by Lee Drutman and Christine Mahoney for American Prospect

Virginia: “Jobs and Ethics: two areas where McAuliffe and GOP lawmakers disagree” by Jenna Portnoy for Washington Post

Campaign Finance

Barrage of Attack Ads Threatens to Undermine Donald Trump” by Nick Corasiniti and Maggie Haberman for New York Times

Alaska: “Judge Hears Arguments as GOP Supporters Try to Loosen Campaign Donation Limits” by Alex DeMarban for Alaska Dispatch News

California: “Judge Recommends $160,000 Tow Company Fine” by Greg Moran for San Diego Union-Tribune

Georgia: “Lawmakers Support Replenishment of Maine’s Public Campaign Finance Fund” by Steve Mistler for


North Carolina: “When Musicians Boycott to Protest Politics” by David Graham for The Atlantic

Indiana: “Indy Council Approves Ethics Reforms” by Brian Eason for Indianapolis Star


New York: “Donald Trump and New York Tabloids Resume Their Elaborate Dance” by Michael Grynbaum for New York Times

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