November 14, 2012 •
Wednesday Government Relations News Roundup
“Campaign Finance Reformers Get Back To Work After Record Election Spending” by Paul Blumenthal in the Huffington Post.
“Abramoff, Occupy Wall Street join forces on campaign finance reform” by Megan M. Wilson in The Hill.
“U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown calls for campaign finance reform” by Stephanie Warsmith in the Akron Beacon Journal.
“Lobbyists Woo New Lawmakers in D.C. Mating Dance” by Kate Ackley in Roll Call.
“Incoming freshman lawmakers already have bundlers on K St.” by Kevin Bogardus in The Hill.
“Tax fight sneaks up on K Street” by Bernie Becker and Peter Schroeder in The Hill.
“Rove Super PAC will try lobbying” by Rachel Weiner in The Washington Post.
Florida: “Cretul, Cannon are lobbyists; former speakers start new firm” by Bill Thompson in the Gainesville Sun.
“Secretary of state accused of moving too slow on PAC ethics complaint” by Steve Terrell in the Santa Fe New Mexican.
“Montreal Hackathon Aims to Combat Government Corruption” by Elisabeth Fraser in TechPresident.
“Ohio State Bar Association urges commission to take up redistricting reform” by Kate Irby in the Plain Dealer.
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