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July 23, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News

gov-building-symbol-mdLobbying

Lobbying World” in The Hill.

K Street market dims for Democrats” by Byron Tau in Politico.

Ex-Rep. Howard Berman lobbying for Hollywood” by Julian Hattem in The Hill.

Former WH liaison to Congress joins law firm” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.

Campaign Finance

Chamber spending tops $40M as election nears” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.

Delaware: “Markell signs reform bill all say is a half-loaf” by Jonathan Starkey in The News Journal.

Ethics

Florida: “Ethics, election complaints now a campaign weapon” by Mike Vasilinda on WJXT News.

Hawaii: “One-Third of Hawaii Candidates Missed Financial Disclosure Deadline” by Chad Blair in the Honolulu Civil Beat.

New York: “NY ethics panel blacks out officials’ public service announcements to remove campaign edge” by The Associated Press in the Daily Journal.

New York: “Cuomo’s Office Hobbled State Ethics Inquiries” by Susanne Craig, William K. Rashbaum and Thomas Kaplan in The New York Times.

Pennsylvania: “Ethics agency probes lawmakers” by The Associated Press in The Indiana Gazette.

Elections

Study: Record-low turnouts seen in some primaries” by The Associated Press in Politico.

Government Tech and Social Media

When Is a Tweet an Ethics Violation? | A Question of Ethics” by C. Simon Davidson in Roll Call.

Social Advocacy & Politics: Organize Your Colleagues First” by Alan Rosenblatt in Social Media Today.

Did the White House Website Violate Its Own Privacy Rules?” by Brendan Sasso in Nextgov.

House GOP makes digital push” by Daniel Samuelsohn in Politico.

Kentucky: “Kentucky Registry of Election Finance Launches Redesigned Website” press release in The Wall Street Journal’s Market Watch.

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