Wednesday Government Relations News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 28, 2012  •  

Wednesday Government Relations News Roundup

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Column: Campaign-finance tweaks can fix big problems” editorial by Peter Schweizer in USA Today.

Missouri: “Missouri House Democrats propose new campaign finance restrictions, stiffer ethics rules” by Chris Blank (Associated Press) in The Republic.


Lobbying group’s next president expected to fight White House rules” by Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.

Marlowe to Step Down as Head of American League of Lobbyists” by Andrew Ramonas in The Blog of Legal Times.

Lobbying World” in The Hill.

Lobbying, America’s One Truly Unstoppable Growth Industry” by Jim Geraghty in the National Review.

When ‘Super PACs’ Become Lobbyists” editorial in The New York Times.

VIDEO: Rep. Shuler Said He Wouldn’t Become A Lobbyist; Now He Will” by David Halperin in The Huffington Post.

Florida: “Slow revolving door to lobbying in Fla. Capitol” editorial in the Orlando Sentinel.

Florida:  “Dorworth has a new career – as a lobbyist” by Jason Garcia in the Orlando Sentinel.


New York:  “Ethics panel investigating New York Republican” by The Associated Press in CBS News.

Pennsylvania: “Ethics board fines Philadelphia official for Facebook posts” by Dave Davies in Newsworks.


Montana: “Redistricting panel works on Montana Senate boundaries” by The Associated Press in the Billings Gazette.

Ohio:  “Ohio Supreme Court upholds legislative maps” by Jim Siegel in the Columbus Dispatch.

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