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January 16, 2013  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News

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Ex-Bachmann aide alleges campaign finance violations” by Kevin Diaz in the Star Tribune.

Florida: “Support mounts to allow unlimited political contributions in Florida” by Mary Ellen Klas in the Miami Herald.

Florida: “Florida ethics rules come under Senate committee spotlight” by Matt Dixon in the Florida Times-Union.

Utah: “John Swallow accusations prompt call for ethics, campaign finance reform” by Dennis Romboy in the Deseret News.

Virginia: “Va. AG Cuccinelli will defy tradition, stay on job while campaigning” by David Hill in the Washington Times.


Lobbying World” in The Hill.

Chamber, union leaders mull alliance to press for immigration reform” by Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.

Florida: “Sweeping ethics bill would curtail lobbying by lawmakers” by Aaron Deslatte in the Orlando Sentinel.

Georgia:  “Lieutenant governor will abide by Senate’s $100 gift cap” by Kristina Torres in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Legislative Issues

Montana:  “New lawmaker launches video about 1st days in state Legislature” by John Grant Emeigh in the Billings Gazette.

New Mexico “Mary Kay Papen elected Senate leader” by Steve Terrell in the Santa Fe New Mexican.

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