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April 16, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News

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Lobbying

Bottom Line” in The Hill.

Lobbyists break away to start new firm” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.

Camp could punch ‘golden ticket’ to K St.” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.

European Union: “Politics for People: Demanding Transparent and Ethical Lobbying in the EU” by Jessica McKenzie in TechPresident.

Campaign Finance

McCutcheon v. FEC Decision” with Lee Goodman speaking on C-SPAN.

Outside spending on record-breaking pace” by Domenico Montanaro, Rachel Wellford, and Simone Pathe on PBS NewsHour.

Study Finds Voluntary Corporate Political Spending Disclosure Lacking” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.

McConnell, Priebus differ on cash limits” by Alexander Bolton in The Hill.

Christie advocates end to limits on campaign donations” by Maddie Hanna in The Inquirer.

5 first-quarter fundraising takeaways” by Byron Tau and Tarini Parti in Politico.

Potter to speak on campaign-finance law” in News at Princeton.

Ethics

Washington: “Ethics board hears call to end free meals for lawmakers” by Brad Shannon in The Olympian.

Elections

2014 midterms: What’s at stake” by Leigh Ann Caldwell on CNN News.

State Legislatures

Spring Is Convening While Most Legislatures Are Adjourning” by Angela Andrews in The NCSL Blog.

 

 

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