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April 5, 2017  •  

Wednesday’s Government Relations and Ethics News


Changing of the Guard at DC’s Top Lobby Firm” by Megan Wilson for The Hill

Maine: “Lying-to-Legislature Bill Narrowed to Apply to Lobbyists Only” by Kevin Miller for Portland Press Herald

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Missouri: “Greitens’ Political Nonprofits Take Center Stage in Missouri; Common for Governors Around US” by Jo Mannies for St. Louis Public Radio

Tennessee: “Nashville’s Private Club with a PAC” by Dave Boucher and Joel Ebert for The Tennessean

Vermont: “Vermont’s Campaign Finance Law Survives Legal Challenge” by the Associated Press for U.S. News & World Report


Blackwater Founder Held Secret Seychelles Meeting to Establish Trump-Putin Back Channel” by Adam Entous, Greg Miller, Kevin Sieff, and Karen DeYoung for Washington Post

Trump Aides’ Disclosures Reveal Surge in Lucrative Political Work” by Steve Eder, Eric Lipton, and Andrew Lehren for New York Times

Trump Can Quietly Draw Money from Trust Whenever He Wants, New Documents Show” by Drew Harwell for Washington Post

Tennessee: “Lawmakers Kill Gift Transparency Bill; Senate OKs Higher Campaign Limits” by Dave Boucher and Joel Ebert for The Tennessean

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