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March 1, 2017  •  

Wednesday’s Government Relations and Ethics News

us_capitol-hiCampaign Finance

Judge Backs Blind FEC Eye on Campaign-Finance Violations” by Tim Ryan for Courthouse News Service

New Jersey: “A $500 Contribution to Republicans Costs Paving Company $7M” by Dave Hutchinson (NJ Advance Media) for


Texas: “Justice Department Changes Its Position in High-Profile Texas Voter-ID Case” by Sari Horwitz for Washington Post


From K Street to Congo: Abramoff’s new adventure” by Anna Palmer, Jake Sherman, and John Bresnahan for Politico

Who’s Watching Trump’s Ethics Watchdogs?” by Darren Samuelsohn for Politico

New York: “The F.B.I. Questioned de Blasio. Hours Later, This Man Was Fired.” by William Rashbaum, William Neuman, and J. David Goodman for New York Times

Texas: “Political Corruption Trial Kicks off in Dallas” by David Lee for Courthouse News Service

West Virginia: “WV Lawmakers Pass Nepotism Ban” by Eric Eyre for Charleston Gazette

Legislative Issues

The DNC Isn’t Enough: Democrats demand more leadership changes” by Gabriel Debenedetti and Edward-Isaac Dovere for Politico


Colorado: “How the Charities on Your Colorado Tax Form Used Connections, Money and Legislation to Earn the Coveted ‘Godsend’” by Brian Eason for Denver Post

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