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July 6, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


The Lobbying Reform That Enriched Congress” by Isaac Arnsdorf for Politico

Lockheed’s Top Government Affairs Official Not Registered as Lobbyist” by Austin Wright and Jeremy Herb for Politico

Minnesota: “Lobbying in Minnesota: Spending has nearly doubled since 2002” by Rachel Stassen-Berger for St. Paul Pioneer Press

New York: “JCOPE Shut Down in Lobbying Reform” by Michelle Kraidman for Queens Chronicle

Oregon: “Ethics Watchdog Wants Tighter Lobbyist Registration Rules – Will Kate Brown Say Yes?” by Hillary Borrud for Portland Oregonian

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Michigan: “Unions Win Injunction Blocking Michigan Fundraising Law” by Jonathan Oosting for Detroit News

Montana: “Call for Special Legislative Session Fails” by Troy Carter for Bozeman Daily Chronicle


F.B.I. Director James Comey Recommends No Charges for Hillary Clinton on Email” by Mark Lander for New York Times

Colorado: “Independent Ethics Commission Shuts Down Public Livestream of Meeting” by Marianne Goodland for Colorado Independent

Connecticut: “Anthem-Cigna Controversy Exposes Gaps in Ethics Rules” by Mark Pazniokas for Connecticut Mirror

Hawaii: “ACLU Lawyer to Be State Ethics Chief” by Rui Kaneya for Honolulu Civil Beat

Idaho: “Major Campaign Finance Reform Initiative Falls Short, Won’t Be on Ballot” by Betsy Russell for Spokane Spokesman-Review

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