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May 28, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Bottom Line” in The Hill.

Big Business’ Summer Agenda | K Street Files” by Kate Ackley in Roll Call.

States and Localities Are Losing Their Influence in Washington” by J. B. Wogan in Governing.

Campaign Finance

Campaigns Ignore State Law at Their Peril | A Question of Ethics” by C. Simon Davidson in Roll Call.

California: “L.A. County requires electronic filings of campaign finance reports” by Abby Sewell in the Los Angeles Times.

Massachusetts: “Campaign finance bill is now law” by Douglas Moser in the Eagle-Tribune.

Wisconsin: “Judge who stopped Wisconsin campaign finance probe tied to Koch-funded junkets” by Chris Young in The Center for Public Integrity.


North Carolina: “North Carolina elections board hiring longtime FBI agent to work on investigation team” by The Associated Press in The Republic.

South Carolina: “SC Senate votes against House ethics plan” by The Associated Press in The State.


Oldest lawmaker kicked out” by Cameron Joseph in The Hill.

An Update on the 2014 State Legislators to Watch” by Louis Jacobson in Governing.

A Guide to the 36 Governors’ Races” by Louis Jacobson in Governing.

Texas: “Tea Party Conservatives Win Top GOP Runoff Contests” by Brandi Grissom in The Texas Tribune.

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