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April 24, 2013  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News

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Lobbying World” in The Hill.

Graham’s campaign collects bundle from lobbyists” by Michael Beckel in the Huffington Post (via The Center for Public Integrity).

Nevada: “Nevada advances lobbying cooling-off-period bills” by Matt Woolbright (Associated Press) in the Reno Gazette-Journal.

Campaign Finance

Follow The Money Bill Proposed For More Transparency in Campaign Financing” in CQ Roll Call’s Political Moneyline.

S.E.C. Gets Plea: Force Companies to Disclose Donations” by Nicholas Confessore in The New York Times.

Florida: “Senate finishes campaign finance bill, first piece of ethics compromise” by Mary Ellen Klas in the Miami Herald.

New York: “Skelos opposes Cuomo on abortion, campaign finance” by Yancey Roy in Newsday.

New York: “Bad Legal Arguments Can’t Stop Reform” by Lawrence Norden in the Brennan Center for Justice Blog.

South Carolina: “SC Senate advances a piece of ethics reform” by The Associated Press in WJCL News.


California: “SF May Make Major Update to City Ethics Policies” by Nina Thorsen in KQED Public Media.

Connecticut: “Foley wants to revive ‘good government’ bill” by Ken Dixon in the Connecticut Post.

New York: “Parole Granted for Political Consultant in a Corruption Case” by Jesse McKinley in The New York Times.

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