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October 30, 2013  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News

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Top Lobbyists 2013” in The Hill.

Lobbying World” in The Hill.

K Street sees tax reform slowly dying” by Bernie Becker in The Hill.

Iowa: “Lobbying rules reviewed for former governor’s aide” by The Associated Press in the Omaha World Herald.

Campaign Finance

SEC Poised to Improve Political Spending Transparency” by Lisa Rosenberg in the Sunlight Foundation Blog.

Nevada: “Sandoval pulls plug on perks for campaign donations” by Sandra Chereb, Associated Press in the Las Vegas Sun.

New York: “Four lobbying groups seek donor exemption from NY ethics board” by Jon Campbell in the Democrat & Chronicle.

Washington: “Seattle Chamber broke campaign finance rules to aid Murray PAC” by Russ Walker on KING5.com.

Ethics

New York: “Source: Commissioner quits NY ethics board” by Michael Gormley (Associated Press) in the Auburn Citizen.

Oklahoma: “Former Oklahoma Rep. Randy Terrill found guilty of political bribery charge” by Nolan Clay in The Oklahoman.

Tech and Social Media

Slideshow: How Governments Are Using Instagram” in Governing.

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