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October 19, 2016  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Companies Used Clinton Fundraisers to Lobby State Department” by Kevin McCoy for USA Today

Florida: “Miami Beach Voters to Weigh Ballot Questions” by Joey Flechas for Miami Herald

New York: “Lobbyist Todd Howe: $85,000 from Cor Development was a bribe, not a loan” by Tim Knauss for


Trump Proposes Five-Year Ban on Executive Branch Officials and Lawmakers Who Want to Become Lobbyists” by Catherine Ho for Washington Post

Proposed STOCK Act Rule Puts Focus on High-Level Employees” by Louis LaBrecque for Bloomberg BNA

Documents Show State Dept. Official Pressed FBI to Change Classification of One of Clinton’s Emails” by Matt Zapotosky for Washington Post

California: “How the Federal Government’s Bribery Case Against 2 Brothers Unraveled” by Joel Rubin for Los Angeles Times

Massachusetts: “Federal Judge Asks: Is DiMasi benefiting from political connections?” by Milton Valencia and John Ellement for Boston Globe


In Hindsight, Backers of Bernie Sanders Lament What Might Have Been” by Matt Flegenheimer and Yamiche Alcindor for New York Times

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