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July 20, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


UFC’s Payday Comes at the End of an Odyssey through Statehouses” by Richard Sandomir and Ken Belson (New York Times News Service) for Las Vegas Sun

New York: “De Blasio’s Nonprofits: Were they worth it?” by Samar Khurshid for Gotham Gazette

Campaign Finance

In Choosing Mike Pence, Donald Trump Moves Closer to Big Donors” by Nicholas Confessore for New York Times

Colorado: “Denver Campaign Finance Reform Proposal Pulled from Ballot” by Claire Cleveland for Denver Post

Kentucky: “Corporations Can Now Make Political Donations in Kentucky” by Ryland Barton for WFPL


Rhode Island: “Ethics Commission Adopts Moratorium on Complaints for 90 Days before General Election” by Ian Donnis for Rhode Island Public Radio


How Melania Trump’s Speech Veered Off Course and Caused an Uproarby Maggie Haberman and Michael Barbaro for New York Times

Inside the GOP’s Shadow Convention” by Shane Goldmacher for Politico Magazine

Kansas: “ACLU Sues Kansas Over Voting Rule for State, Local Races” by Roxana Hegeman (Associated Press) for Philadelphia Inquirer

Virginia: “Virginia High Court Considers Whether McAuliffe Erred in Restoring Felons’ Voting Rights” by Fenit Nirappil for Washington Post

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