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November 19, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Top Spenders on Capitol Hill Pay Billions, Receive Trillions” by Bill Allison and Sarah Harkins for Sunlight Foundation

Gift Ban Legislation to Get Second Chance as Wolf Pushes Own Ethics Reform” by Andrew Staub for Pennsylvania Independent

Campaign Finance

Pay-to-Play Restrictions on Government Contracting Under Assault” by Craig Holman for Huffington Post

FINRA Proposes Pay-to-Play Rules” in ThinkAdvisor

APOC, Marijuana Activist Charlo Greene Clash over Campaign Disclosure Questions” by Suzanna Caldwell for Anchorage Daily News

Vincent Gray Rejects Plea Offer; Federal Prosecutors Moving Closer to Indictment” by Mike DeBonis for Washington Post

Colleagues Defend Councilwoman Debi Rose against ‘Witch Hunt’” by Anna Sanders for Staten Island Advocate


Ethics Changes, Court Rules among First Bills Arkansas Lawmakers File for 2015 Session” by Andrew DeMillo (Associated Press) for The Daily Journal

Florida Attorney General to Head Group That Financed Her Campaign” by Bill Cotterell for Reuters

SC House Panel OKs ‘Sunshine’ Proposals” by Jamie Self for The State

Legislative Issues

Senate Officials Ponder Definition of Journalist for Pressroom Access” by Tim Lockette for Anniston Star

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