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March 8, 2017  •  

Wednesday’s Government Relations and Ethics News


Top K Street Campaign Donors Already Writing Checks for 2018” by Kate Ackley for Roll Call

Iraq’s Lobbyists Mobilized after Travel Ban, Documents Reveal” by Megan Wilson for The Hill

South Dakota: “Senate OKs Limit on Gifts Officials Can Get from Lobbyists” by the Associated Press for U.S. News & World Report

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Canada: “British Columbia: The ‘wild west’ of fundraising” by Kathy Tomlinson for The Globe and Mail

Connecticut: “SEEC Makes Pitch to Strengthen Campaign Laws” by Jack Kramer for

Kentucky: “Plan to Double Limit on Campaign Donations Heads to Kentucky House” by John Cheves for Lexington Herald-Leader


California: “Ex-Stockton Mayor Stole Money Meant for Disadvantaged Kids, Prosecutors Allege” by Darrell Smith for Sacramento Bee

Colorado: “Denver Council Approves New Ethics Rules, Including $300 Gift Limit” by Jon Murray for Denver Post

New Mexico: “New Hope in House for Independent Ethics Commission” by Dan Mckay for Albuquerque Journal

Utah: “1 of Every 4 Bills in Legislature Poses Potential Conflict-of-Interest for Sponsors” by Lee Davidson for Salt Lake Tribune

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