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February 21, 2018  •  

Wednesday’s Government and Ethics News

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Arizona: “Judge Tosses Bid by Corporation Commissioner Burns to Enforce Subpoena Against APS” by Howard Fischer (Capitol Media Services) for Arizona Daily Star

West Virginia: “Judge Grants Government’s Motion to Dismiss Charges Against Morgantown Coal Exec” by Matt Harvey for Charleston Gazette-Mail


New York: “State Officials Say They Are Told Too Little About Election Threats” by Michael Wines for New York Times


California: “Ethics Chair Resigns Over Failure to Place Campaign Finance Reforms on June Ballot” by Joshua Sabatini for San Francisco Examiner

Maryland: “New Report Describes Scenes of Sexual Harassment in Maryland General Assembly” by Erin Cox for Baltimore Sun


National: “Former Skadden Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Lying in Russia Investigation” by Eileen Sullivan and Kenneth Vogel for New York Times

North Carolina: “Conspiracy Theories, Criminal Investigations Plentiful in NC Bail Bonds World” by Travis Fain for WRAL

South Carolina: “S.C. Lawmakers Call for Law Enforcement Probe of Bogus Pro-Utility Emails” by Andrew Brown for Charleston Post and Courier


Pennsylvania: “Pa. Supreme Court Releases New Congressional Map” by Jonathan Lai and Liz Navratil for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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