Wednesday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 21, 2011  •  

Wednesday News Roundup

news roundup bulletin boardLobbying:

Lobbying a bust in AT&T T-Mobile bid” by Tony Romm in Politico.

Not all Missouri lawmakers accept gifts from lobbyists” by Jake Wagman in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Campaign Finance

OUR VIEW: Fortunately, a judge’s ruling last week does not gut the state’s ban on money transfers between political action committees” by the Birmingham News editorial board.

Government Ethics:

Blagojevich attorneys begin appeals process” by The Associated Press in NWI Times.

Secrecy cloaks new [NY] ethics watchdog panel” by Jimmy Vielkind in the Albany Times Union.


The Texas Redistricting Case Explained”  by Karl Kurtz on NCSL’s blog The Thicket.

Gov 2.0:

Agencies question value of social media” by Alice Lipowicz in Federal Computer Week.

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