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August 31, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Missouri: “Audit Finds Senate Slush Fund for Lobbyist-Financed Meals” by Kurt Erickson for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Campaign Finance

Addicted to Making Campaign Contributions?” by Russell Berman for The Atlantic

New York: “Judge: Citizens United must disclose donor information to NY” by Larry Neumeister (Associated Press) for ABC News

Tennessee: “Feds Open Investigation of Rep. Jeremy Durham” by Stacey Barchenger, Dave Boucher, and Joel Ebert for The Tennessean


Hillary Clinton and Her Family’s Foundation Aren’t Likely to Get the McDonnell Treatment. Here’s Why.” by Matt Zapotosky and Rachel Weiner for Washington Post

Connecticut: “CT Supreme Court Rules in FOI Case Involving Ritter, CRRA” by Mark Pazniokas for CT Mirror

Illinois: “Chicago Insider Who Took $2 Million in Bribes in Red Light Camera Scandal Gets 10 Years in Prison” by David Kidwell (Chicago Tribune) for Los Angeles Times

Maine: “Paul LePage, Besieged Maine Governor, Hints at Resignation” by Jess Bidgood for New York Times

Nebraska: “Panel Tells Embattled Nebraska Senator to Resign by Friday” by Grant Schulte (Associated Press) for ABC News

Pennsylvania: “FBI Seeks Kenney Campaign Records as Part of Union Probe” by Jeremy Roebuck and Mark Fazlollah for Philadelphia Inquirer

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