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August 13, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


White House eases lobbyist ban” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.

Obama Administration Loosens Ban on Lobbyists in Government” by Julie Hirschfeld Davis in The New York Times.

Lobbyists Are People, Too” by Jonanthan Bernstein in Bloomberg.

Report: The NCAA has spent $240,000 on lobbying in 2014” by Terrence Payne in NBC Sports.

Campaign Finance

Hollywood pumps cash to save Senate majority for Democrats” by Judy Kurtz in The Hill.

California: “CalPERS board member facing another FPPC fine” by Dale Kasler in the Sacramento Bee.

Maine: “Judge weighing Maine campaign contribution limits” by The Associated Press in the


California: “New indictment in San Diego campaign finance case adds gun, bribery charges” on KGTV ABC News.

Government Tech and Social Media

How the Open Source Election Technology Foundation is Remaking the Voter Experience” by Miranda Neubauer in TechPresident.

White House U.S. Digital Service Aims to ‘Identify and Fix Problems’” by Jason Shueh in Government Technology.

Utah: “Utah Leading the Mobile-Friendly Government Movement” by Tod Newcombe in Governing.

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