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April 2, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News



Lobbying World” in The Hill.

Corporate Lobbyists Assail Tax Overhaul They Once Cheered” by Eric Lipton and Jonathan Weisman in The New York Times.

Revolving door spins for Connecticut delegation” by Ana Radelat in the Connecticut Mirror.

California: “Indicted lobbyist keeps clients, political access” by Mitch Blacher in ABC 10 San Diego News.

Campaign Finance

$100K in Campaign Funds Given To Charity” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.

New Jersey: “Christie’s Contractors: Backers Barred From Donating Found Loophole” by Eliza Newlin Carney in Roll Call.

Pennsylvania: “Stilp alleges in lawsuit that ethics rulings give incumbents a re-election advantage” by Jan Murphy in The Patriot News.


FEC opens case on Ron Paul 2012 presidential campaign” by Kevin Diaz in the Houston Chronicle.

California: “California senator suggests an ethics ombudsman” by Jim Miller in The Sacramento Bee.

District of Columbia: “Scandal-plagued DC mayor ousted in primary” by Rebecca Shabad in The Hill.

Georgia: “Jury hears opening statements in ethics trial” by Kate Brumback in The Telegraph.

Louisiana: “Ethics bill spurred by ‘Louisiana Purchased’ series passes Senate: Snapshot” by Lauren McGaughy in The Times-Picayune.

Missouri: “Missouri bill would require lawmakers to pay lobbyists back for gifts” by The Associated Press in the Kansas City Star.

Pennsylvania: “Pa. lawmaker tells how he declined bizarre cash offer made in Rotunda” by Brad Bumsted in the Tribune-Review.


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