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February 11, 2015  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News


California: “Legal Clinic Immerses Aspiring Lawyers in the Political Process” by Maura Dolan for Los Angeles Times

Florida: “Mayor’s Ball Draws Influential Donors” by Andy Reid for South Florida Sun Sentinel

Missouri: “Ethics Bills Move Ahead in Senate, House Committee” by Rudi Keller for Columbia Daily Tribune

New Mexico: “New Mexico Lobbyists Spend on Lawmakers but Disclosure Lacks” by Sandra Fish for Las Cruces Sun-News

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Arizona: “Committee: Lobbyists still can’t donate during sessions” by Julia Shumway for Arizona Republic

Illinois: “Illinois Governor Acts to Curb Power of Public Sector Unions” by Monica Davey and Mitch Smith for New York Times

Oregon: “Secretary of State Wants to Limit Campaign Spending” by Hannah Hoffman for Salem Statesman Journal

Pennsylvania: “A Section of City Code Has Money from Law Firms, Corporations Drying Up in Philly Politics” by Chris Hepp for Philadelphia Inquirer


New York: “NY Senate Democrats: Ban outside income for lawmakers” by David Klepper and Michael Virtanen (Associated Press) for Seattle Times

Washington: “Lt. Governor Wants Change in How Ethics Are Policed” by Jim Brunner for Seattle Times

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