Wednesday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 15, 2012  •  

Wednesday News Roundup

campaign finance and lobbyingLobbying

Ethics Watchdogs Planning to Crash Convention Parties” by Elizabeth Flock in U.S. News and World Report.

Conservative lobby group’s guard shot in D.C.” by The Associated Press on CBS News.

Alabama: “Former lobbyist Jimmie Clements convicted in two-year college corruption case” by Jeremy Gray in the Birmingham News.

Maryland: “Last-minute lobbying intense for gambling expansion” by Earl Kelly in the Capital Gazette.

Campaign Finance

Romney campaign bars press from Adelson, Ryan ‘finance meeting’” by Justin Sink in The Hill.

New Mexico:  “State Senate Dems launch PACs” by The Associated Press in the Santa Fe New Mexican.

West Virginia: “Lawsuit Filed Against Campaign Finance Pilot Program” on


New York: “State pols can’t accept US Open freebies, ethics panel rules” by Sally Goldenberg in the New York Post.

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