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November 5, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Capitol Book Club, with a Bonus” by Ben Protess and Eric Lipton for New York Times

Harrisburg Lobbying Costs on the Rise” by Robert Swift for Citizens Voice

Ex-Lawmakers Predict Post-Election Return of Earmarks” by Katelyn Plantz for National Journal

Complaint: D.C. law firm illegally lobbied Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi” by Michael Van Sickler for Tampa Bay Times


California Lawmakers’ Campaign Credit-Card Spending Often Lacks Disclosure, Sacramento Bee Review Finds” by Jim Miller for Sacramento Bee

How Political Donors Are Changing Statehouse News Reporting” by Daniel Vock for Governing

Ex-Homestead Mayor Now a Convicted Felon” by David Ovalle for Miami Herald


Rogue Pastors Endorse Candidates, but IRS Looks Away” by Rachael Bade for Politico

Cell Phones, Social Media and Campaign 2014” by Aaron Smith for Pew Research Center

Campaign Finance:

Election 2014: A new level of collaboration between candidates and big-money allies” by Matea Gold for Washington Post

Surplussing: How donors, parties legally circumvent campaign contribution caps” by Austin Jenkins for KPLU

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