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June 4, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Lobbying World” in The Hill.

A lifetime ban on lobbying for lawmakers?” by Cristina Marcos in The Hill.

Campaign Finance

FEC Summarizes Campaign Activity of the First 12 Months of the 2013-2014 Election Cycle” news release on the Federal Election Commission website.

Reformers: It’ll take scandal to stop PACs” by Joe Battenfeld and Hillary Chabot in the Boston Herald.

Mississippi: “Mississippi Senate: Another race with record money” by The Associated Press on WZVN ABC 7 News.


Alabama: “Alabama Ethics Commission director Jim Sumner to retire” by Brian Lyman in the Montgomery Advertiser.

Louisiana: “Senate rejects Jindal ethics board appointee” by The Associated Press on WAFB News.

South Carolina: “SC lawmakers try to find ethics compromise” by Jeffrey Collins (Associated Press) in the Charlotte Observer.


Top takeaways from Tuesday’s primaries” by Paul Steinhauser, Ashley Killough and Dana Davidsen on CNN.

Government Tech and Social Media

How Twitter Could Be Replaced As The Primary Political App” by David Jones in Social News Daily.

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