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June 18, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Lobbying World” in The Hill.

Florida: “Dade Medical College owner charged with improper lobbying” by Mike Vasquez in the Miami Herald.

Mississippi: “Washington Lobbyists Pour Money Into Mississippi Senate Race To Fend Off Tea Party” by Paul Blumenthal in The Huffington Post.

Campaign Finance

Soft Money’s Squishy Political Influence” by Derek Willis in The New York Times.

Campaign-Finance Reform Has to Be Cross-Partisan” by Lawrence Lessig in The Atlantic.

Vermont: “Canvassers to target money in politics” by Terri Hallenbeck in the Burlington Free Press.


Arizona: “Clean elections director seeks full probe of Arizona AG Tom Horne over election law complaint” by Bob Christie (Associated Press) in The Republic.

Georgia: “Advocates want ethics chief out” by Erica Techo in The Augusta Chronicle.

Government Tech and Social Media

Democratic Strategist Chris Talbot Explains the Do’s and Don’ts of Digital Campaigns” by Tess VandenDolder in InTheCapitol.

FBI discovers Twitter-speak, starts a dictionary” by Ian Sherr in C|Net.

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