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January 14, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


New Rules Target House Witnesses” by Megan Wilson for The Hill

Minnesota Sen. Tomassoni Takes Job with Group That Lobbies Legislature” by J. Patrick Coolican for Minneapolis Star Tribune

W.Va. Ethics Commission to Hold Lobbyist Training Course” by The Associated Press for Charleston Gazette

Campaign Finance

Campaign Finance Bill Seeks to Toughen Disclosure Rule” by Bill Salisbury for St. Paul Pioneer Press

Ex-Missouri Lawmaker Fined $100,000 by Ethics Commission” by Marie French (Associated Press) for The Daily Journal

Supreme Court Declines to Review VT Campaign Law” by David Gram (Associated Press) for Burlington Free Press


Mike Hubbard Wins 2nd Term as Ala. House Speaker” by Brian Lyman for Montgomery Advertiser

Ethics Deadbeats: Debt collectors seek $500K in outstanding fines from Florida public servants” by Christina Veiga for Miami Herald

HHSC Revamping Rules after Paying for Janek Aide’s MBA” by Terri Langford for Texas Tribune

Legislators Push Deadline on Ethics Training” by Lee Davidson for Salt Lake Tribune

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