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February 19, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News



Bottom Line” in The Hill.

Could ʹThe Lobbyʹ Bring Crowdfunding To US Lobbying Efforts?” by Charles Luzar in Crowdfund Insider.

Missouri: “Missouri Senate panel weighs revolving door policy on lobbying” by The Associated Press in KDSK News.

Oregon: “Oregon interest groups spent $33 million lobbying on state legislation last year” by Jeff Mapes in The Oregonian.

Campaign Finance

Arizona: “Lawmakers seek to shine light on anonymous campaign contributions” by Howard Fischer in the Arizona Daily Star.

California: “ʹWar roomʹ alleged for illicit campaign funds” by Kristina Davis in The San Diego Union-Tribune.

New York: “Campaign finance reformers take a hard line” by Jordan Carleo-Evangelist in the Albany Times Union.

Political Campaigns

New York: “NY ethics panel proposes 90-day broadcast blackout” by The Associated Press in The Wall Street Journal.


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