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October 29, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Former Senator Tom Daschle Forms New Lobbying Group” by Catherine Ho for Washington Post

Campaign Finance

Would Stronger Parties Mean Less Polarization?” by Thomas Edsall for New York Times

Michigan’s New Campaign Contribution Limits Benefiting Republicans More Than Democrats” by Jonathan Oosting for

W.Va. Delegate’s Campaign Expenses Include Steer Bought at County Fair” by The Associated Press for Greenfield Daily Reporter


Politics of Ebola Tricky for Christie, Cuomo” by Jonathan Lemire and Jill Colvin (Associated Press) for ABC News

Finding: Farmer girlfriend violated ethics code” by Tom Loftus for Louisville Courier-Journal

William Lantigua, Mired in Political Controversy from the Start” by Bruce Wright for Boston Globe

Coakley Denies Allegation She Had No-Interest in DiMasi Case” by Gintautas Dumcius and Matt Murphy (State House News Service) for Lowell Sun

Pennsylvania Justice in Porn Email Scandal Retires” by Mark Scolforo and Marc Levy (Associated Press) for Greenfield Reporter

McAuliffe’s New Virginia Ethics Panel Meets for First Time” by Laura Vozzella for Washington Post

Political Advertising

Pants on Fire? Ohio Campaign Ads Take Liberties, Both Parties Say” by Darrell Rowland for Columbus Dispatch

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