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August 17, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Florida: “After #StartCounting Didn’t Work, Miami-Dade Group Sues Elections Dept.” by Douglas Hanks for Miami Herald

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Washington: “Judge Gives Attorney General Green Light to Follow Tim Eyman’s Money” by Joel Connelly for Seattle Post-Intelligencer


Kentucky: “Correction: Feuding Governors Story” by Adam Beam (Associated Press) for Lexington Herald-Leader

Missouri: “Faith Leaders Go on Trial for Protesting Missouri Senate for Medicaid Expansion” by Celeste Bott for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Pennsylvania: “Jury: A.G. Kane Guilty of Perjury, Obstruction, All Other Charges” by Craig McCoy, Angela Couloumbis, and Laura McCrystal for Philadelphia Inquirer

Philadelphia: “D.A. Williams Belatedly Reports $160,050 in Gifts” by Chris Brennan for Philadelphia Inquirer


The Psychiatric Question: Is It Fair to Analyze Donald Trump from Afar?” by Benedict Carey for New York Times

Transcribers’ Agony: Frustrated Not by What Trump Says but How He Says It” by Daniel Libit for CNBC

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