Wednesday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 14, 2016  •  

Wednesday News Roundup

Government Relations NewsCampaign Finance

Activists Brace for Fight Over Campaign Finance Law” by Alex Roarty for Roll Call


Completed Wisconsin Recount Widens Donald Trump’s Lead by 131 Votes” by Matthew DeFour for Wisconsin State Journal


Aaron Schock Pleads Not Guilty To Slew of Federal Charges” by Aryn Braun for Roll Call

Wisconsin: “State Ethics Commissioner Resigns, Citing Dysfunction in New Watchdog Agency” by Mark Sommerhauser and Molly Beck for Wisconsin State Journal

Legislative Issues

Budget Shortfalls Expected in the Most States Since Recession” by Liz Farmer for Governing


K Street Eyes Outgoing Lawmakers for Jobs” by Kate Ackley for Roll Call

Exxon-Mobil: No Stranger to Lobbying the ‘Swamp’” by Lesley Clark (McClatchy) for The News & Observer

Trump Transition Trade Staffer Defended NAFTA, was Chamber of Commerce Lobbyist” by Andrew Kaczynski and Chris Massie for CNN

Missouri: “Opinion: The Christmas Spirit of Lobbyists” by Phill Brooks for The Springfield Business Journal


New York: “DiNapoli Proposes Procurement Reforms” by Matthew Hamilton for Times Union

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