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October 16, 2013  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News

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Lights! Cameras! Action on K Street” by Kevin Bogardus on The Hill.

Bottom Line” in The Hill.

New York: “Lobbying spending dips in NY to lowest in 5 years” by Joseph Spector in the Democrat and Chronicle.

New York: “JCOPE Mid-Year lobbying data is out” by Rick Karlin in the Times Union.

Campaign Finance

Why striking down campaign contribution limits might make politics better” by John Sides in The Washington Post.

The Political-Monetary Complex” op-ed by Thomas B. Edsall in The New York Times.

Extra! Extra!! Get your real time campaign finance data here!!!” by Jacob Fenton in the Sunlight Foundation blog.

Arizona: “Arizona court blocks new campaign finance law” by Howard Fischer in the Arizona Daily Star.

New Jersey: “N.J. election spending soars: Political groups’ $21M shatters Jersey record” by Michael Linhorst in The Record.


New York: “NY corruption commission expands probes” by Michael Gormley (Associated Press) in the Connecticut Post.


North Carolina: “N.C. panel calling for fairer redistricting scheduled to meet” by The Associated Press in the News & Record.

Tech and Social Media

Maryland: “Hough argues for webcasting committee votes, floor sessions” by Bethany Rodgers in The Frederick News-Post.

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