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March 12, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News



Lobbying World” in The Hill.

Inside a K Street success story” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.

Bitcoin Foundation Adds Ex-PayPal Lobbyist, Clinton Official” by Carter Dougherty in Bloomberg BusinessWeek.

Alabama: “Bill to limit Ala. legislator lobbying revised” by The Associated Press on WPMI NBC 15.

Alabama: “Alabama barbers use haircut time to lobby legislators for regulatory change” by Eddie Burkhalter in The Tribune.

Campaign Finance

Lawmakers More Likely To Meet with Campaign Donors Than Constituents, New Study Finds” by Amanda Terkel in the Huffington Post.

Liu sues city for blocking $3.8M in public funds during mayoral bid” by Rich Calder in the New York Post.


Associate of ex-Rep. Rivera pleads not guilty to 4 campaign finance violations” by Curt Anderson (Associated Press) in the Daily Reporter.

District of Columbia: “D.C. Businessman Pleads Guilty to Providing $3.3 Million to Campaigns” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.

District of Columbia: “D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray in annual citywide address: ʹI didnʹt break the lawʹ” by Aaron C. Davis and Mike DeBonis in The Washington Post.


Delaware: “Panel wrapping up review of Del. election laws” by The Associated Press in The Washington Post.

Legislative Sessions

Wisconsin: “Walker to call special session if courts rule against voter ID” by Patrick Marley in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.


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