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December 4, 2013  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


K Street shop closing after three decades” by Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.

Lobbying World” in The Hill.

Bottom Line” in The Hill.

Lobbying Dollars Drop Off During Least Productive Congress” by Amanda Terkel in the Huffington Post.

Intense lobbying threatens farm bill” by Dave Rogers in Politico.

California: “Local government, agencies ring up sizable lobbying tabs in D.C.” by Raju Chebium and Jeff Mitchell in The Californian.

Missouri: “Trips, golf and World Series tickets; Missouri lobbyists gifts surge in October” by Walker Moskop in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Campaign Finance

Campaign-Finance Reformers Criticize SEC Move” by Thomas Catan in The Wall Street Journal.

Donʹt support ʹcampaign finance reformʹ? Try combating ʹcorruptionʹ” by Michael Beckel in The Center for Public Integrity.

California: “San Bernardino to require online filing of campaign finance statements” by Ryan Hagen in The Sun.

District of Columbia: “DC Approves Campaign Finance Reforms” by Alisha Green in the Sunlight Foundation Blog.

Maryland: “Mizeur to accept public financing” by Michael Dresser in The Baltimore Sun.

Michigan: “Controversial Michigan campaign finance bill would double special interest group donation limits” by Jonathan Oosting in Michigan Live.

New York: “Mayoral campaigns to repay $6.8M in public matching funds” by Greg B. Smith in the New York Daily News.

New York: “Moreland Commission report draws reaction from both sides” by Karen Dewitt in WRVO Public Media.

Virginia: “$3 Million Funneled into Virginia’s November Election” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call’s Political MoneyLine.


Elections Forecast Helps Kick Off NCSL Fall Forum” by Michael D. Hernandez in the NCSL Blog.

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