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July 9, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Lobbying World” in The Hill.

Bono’s One Action Ramps Up Lobbying” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.

Rhode Island: “R.I. lobbyist Rickman discloses he loaned $10,000 in 2009 to ex-House leader Fox” by Katherine Gregg in the Providence Journal.

Bitcoin Foundation Hires Lobbying Firm” by Ryan Tracy in The Wall Street Journal.

Campaign Finance

Maryland: “Republican Larry Hogan to use public funds in fall campaign for governor of Maryland” by John Wagner in The Washington Post.


Did House Travel Disclosure Rules Change? | A Question of Ethics” by C. Simon Davidson in Politico.

Indiana: “Amid ethics probe, top INDOT official seeks job with firm whose contracts he OK’d” by Tony Cook and Ryan Sabalow in The Indianapolis Star.

Missouri: “It’s back: Streetcar ethics complaint refiled” by Austin Alonzo in the Kansas City Business Journal.

Government Tech and Social Media

Riverside, Calif., Launches Transparency and Engagement Portal, Rethinks Procurement” by Colin Wood in Government Technology.

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