September 17, 2014 •
Wednesday Government Relations News
“New regulatory lobby shop hangs shingle” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.
“NFL hires new top lobbyist amid Rice furor” by Megan R. Wilson in The Hill.
“K Street kicks into gear for GOP” by Anna Palmer in Politico.
“Herbalife fight hits D.C. trade association, as Avon withdraws from DSA” by Byron Tau in Politico.
“Dems give business a thorny embrace” by Bernie Becker and Peter Schroeder in The Hill.
“To Improve Decision-Making, Lighten Up on Lobbyists | Commentary” by Jason Grumet in Roll Call.
North Carolina: “Brubaker rated most influential NC lobbyist” by Sandy Selvy-Mullis in The Randolph Guide.
“Show me the money” by Jennifer Ginn in Capitol Ideas.
“Report: Congressional Candidate Fundraising Down in Midterms” by Emily Cahn in Roll Call.
“Unleash the convention beast” by James Windle in The Hill.
California: “AM Alert: Political Reform Act turns 40 amid burst of campaign finance changes” in the Sacramento Bee.
Louisiana: “Louisiana GOP Becomes First State Republican Party to Accept Bitcoin” by Tanaya Macheel in CoinDesk.
Wisconsin: “Gov. Scott Walker and Mary Burke on campaign finance rules” by Jason Stein in the Journal Sentinel.
“Can Answering a Campaign Call Break the Law? | A Question of Ethics” by C. Simon Davidson in Roll Call.
Ohio: “Early voting schedule expanded by Secretary of State Jon Husted while court decision under appeal” by Jackie Borchardt in the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
“Midterm Elections And Political Advertising” in ValueWalk.
“TV Still Dominates, But Most Political Agencies Will Use Programmatic With 2014 Midterms On Horizon” by Tyler Loechner in MediaPost.
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