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December 17, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Foreign Lobbying Enforcement ʹLaxʹ” by Megan Wilson for The Hill

Campaign Finance

Why Big Spending on Political Campaigns Makes Racial Inequality Worse” by Emily Badger for Washington Post

Charities Risked Tax-Exempt Status with Political Ads” by Rachel Baye  for Center for Public Integrity

G.O.P. Angst Over 2016 Led to Provision on Funding” by Nicholas Confessore for New York Times

Every Election Is the Most Expensive Election. Or Not.” by Derek Willis for New York Times

New Mexico: “SIC Settles with Consultant in Pay-to-Play Case” by Dan Boyd for Albuquerque Journal

Ohio: “Akron City Council Raises Contribution Limits for Council, Mayoral Candidates by $100” by Stephanie Warsmith for the Akron Beacon Journal


Missouri: “Ethics Bills Filed to Open Debate on Lobbying and Campaign Finance Rules” by Rudi Keller for Columbia Tribune

Pennsylvania: “Two Philadelphia Lawmakers Charged in Sting Probe” by Craig McCoy and Angela Couloumbis  for Philadelphia Inquirer

Pennsylvania: “Former PHA Chief Greene Fined $75,000” by Mark Fazlollah for Philadelphia Inquirer

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