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December 24, 2014  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


Waning Influence? Part 3: Ups and Downs, by Industry” by Dan Auble for Center for Responsive Politics

PSC Rejects FPL’s Lobbying Fee Request” by Susan Salisbury for Palm Beach Post

Boston-to-D.C. Flights Showcase Region’s Power Players” by Matt Viser for Boston Globe

Campaign Finance

Wall Street Money Can Predict How Democrats Vote. Here’s How” by Chris Wilson and Pratheek Rebala for Time

National Parties, Donors Embrace Higher Campaign Limits” by Fredreka Schouten for USA Today

Ethics Panel Wants State Agencies, Employees to Disclosure Campaign Activity” by Mario Moretto (Bangor Daily News) for Lewiston Sun Journal


Languid, Lax Congressional Ethics Disciplinary System May Pick Up Pace in 2015” by David Hawkins for Roll Call

‘Boss’ Gifts to Pittsburgh Employees from Peduto Raise Questions” by Bob Bauder for Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


The Tortoise and the Hare” by Maggie Haberman for Politico


Panel Adopts Ideas for Changing Virginia’s Redistricting Process” by Jenna Portnoy for Washington Post

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