January 15, 2014 •
Wednesday Government Relations News
“Lobbying World” in The Hill.
“How do people become lobbyists? Ask USA TODAY” by George Hager in USA Today.
“K Street’s Ogilvy adds firepower on taxes” by Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.
Arizona: “Lobbyist pleads guilty to misdemeanor” by The Associated Press in the Casa Grande Dispatch.
“Schock donor tied to campaign finance case” by Catherine Skiba in the Chicago Tribune.
“Super PAC Boom Marginalizes Women, Report Says” by Eliza Newlin Carney in Roll Call.
“Super PAC, Outside Spending Chiefs Make Big Bucks” by Eliza Newlin Carney in Roll Call.
Delaware: “Veasey, task force to discuss campaign finance reform in Delaware” by Jonathan Starkey in The News Journal.
Mississippi: “Incomplete campaign-finance reports accepted in Mississippi” by Anita Lee in the Sun Herald.
New Mexico: “Poll: Big money in politics equals serious problem” by Thomas Cole in the Albuquerque Journal.
Utah: “House committee hears suggestions to change campaign finance law” by Billy Hesterman in the Daily Herald.
Vermont: “Vermont Senate to vote whether to ratify agreement on campaign finance bill” by The Associated Press in The Republic.
Wisconsin: “Dark money: How Wisconsin’s most politically influential organizations avoid disclosing their donors” by Jack Craver in The Capital Times.
Arizona: “State legislator floats ban on free tickets” by Howard Fischer in the Arizona Daily Sun.
Missouri: “Missouri secretary of state unveils proposal on campaign finance, ethics” by Jordan Shapiro (Associated Press) in The Republic.
Missouri: “Ethics in politics? Missouri legislators will try, again, to tighten laws” by Virginia Young in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
South Carolina: “Don’t pay ethics fine, don’t get on the ballot?” by Andrew Shain in The State.
From the State Legislatures
Colorado: “Colorado lawmakers mourn death of ʹ101st lawmakerʹ Clarence Miller” by Lynn Bartels in the Denver Post.
Delaware: “Legislators return to Dover with full slate” by Jonathan Starkey and Jon Offredo in The News Journal.
Hawaii: “Legislature honors its past” by Sarah Zoellick in the Honolulu Star Advertiser.
Missouri: “Missouri House Democrats pick new leaders” by The Associated Press in The News Tribune.
Oklahoma: “Oklahoma lawmaker’s plan would effectively eliminate the state House” by Graham Lee Brewer in The Oklahoman.
South Carolina: “SC speaker: Legislative session will go on despite ethics ʹsmear campaignʹ” by Jamie Self in The State.
Tennessee: “TN lawmakers begin session with tribute to Lois DeBerry” by Chas Sisk in The Tennessean.
Tennessee: “Tennessee Legislature opens with revenue worries” by Andy Sher in the Times Free Press.
West Virginia: “Lawmakers meet again after delay from chemical spill” by Dave Boucher in the Charleston Daily Mail.
Mississippi: “Ethics chief Tom Hood wants more authority over public records law” by The Associated Press in The Republic.
State and Federal Communications, Inc. provides research and consulting services for government relations professionals on lobbying laws, procurement lobbying laws, political contribution laws in the United States and Canada. Learn more by visiting stateandfed.com.