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October 12, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Coke and Pepsi Give Millions to Public Health, Then Lobby Against It” by Anahad O’Connor for New York Times

Filmmaker Says Lobbying Firm Tried to ‘Thwart’ Screening of Documentary Critical of Herbalife” by Emily Heil for Washington Post

Florida: “Broward Health Begins Lobbyist Registration – 12 Years and Millions in Contracts Late” by Dan Christensen for

Hawaii: “How Hawaii Companies Pay to Party It Up with Public Officials” by Chad Blair for Honolulu Civil Beat

Campaign Finance

WikiLeaks Hack Reveals Cozy Relationship between Clinton Campaign, Super PAC” by Jonathan Swan for The Hill

Alaska: “Lobbyist Bankrolled PAC Run by State Lawmaker Is Legal, APOC Staff Says” by Austin Baird for KTUU

Texas: “Dark Money Law Keeps PACs Busy” by Jo Clifton for Austin Monitor


Head of State Watchdog Agency Steps Down” by Paula Dobbyn for KTUU


For Many Women, Trump’s ‘Locker Room Talk’ Brings Memories of Abuse” by Jonathan Mahler for New York Times

How NBC Finished Second on the Trump Video Story” by John Koblin and Michael Grynbaum for New York Times

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