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August 3, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Lobbyists Woo Potential Freshmen Long Before Election Day” by Kate Ackley for Roll Call

California: “S.F. Ballot Measure Takes Aim at Lobbyists’ Fundraising” by Noah Arroyo for San Francisco Public Press

California: “Billion-Dollar Beverly Hills Development Challenged Because of Ex-Mayor’s Lobbying” by Kim Christensen for Los Angeles Times

California: “Bill to Ban Private Communications by California’s Coastal Commissioners Gets Sidetracked” by Dan Weikel for Los Angeles Times

Campaign Finance

Women Are Finally Breaking into the Top Tier of Political Donors” by Matea Gold for Washington Post

Court: Super PAC Can Use Candidates’ Names” by Josh Gerstein for Politico

Minnesota: “New Boss at Minnesota Campaign Board Is Old Hand” by Brian Bakst for Minnesota Public Radio


Left Turns to Ballot Measures to Enact Political Change” by Reid Wilson for The Hill

The States Where Third-Party Candidates Perform Best” by Russell Berman and Andrew McGill for The Atlantic

North Dakota: “Federal Judge Bars North Dakota from Enforcing Restrictive Voter ID Law” by Michael Wines for New York Times

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