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July 19, 2017  •  

Wednesday’s State Government and Ethics News


South Dakota: “Revolving Door Rarely Swings for Lawmakers Returning as Lobbyists” by Dana Ferguson for Sioux Falls Argus Leader

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Florida: “Federal Election Commission Sues David Rivera Over Secret 2012 Campaign Cash” by Patricia Mazzei and David Smiley for Miami Herald

Washington: “Liberal Think Tank in Seattle Ordered to Pay $30,000-Plus in Campaign-Disclosure Fines” by Joseph O’Sullivan for Seattle Times


Eighth Person in Trump Tower Meeting Is Identified” by Rosalind Helderman and Tom Hamburger for Washington Post

What Happens to Local News When There Is No Local Media to Cover It?” by Paul Farhi for Washington Post

Delaware: “City Removes Newly Appointed Ethics Commissioner” by Christina Jedra for Wilmington News Journal

Illinois: “IG Alleges Preferential Parking Scheme on Streets Near United Center” by Fran Spielman for Chicago Sun-Times

Kentucky: “Ethics Panel: Beshear shouldn’t investigate Bevin if he might run for governor” by Daniel Desrochers for Lexington Herald-Leader

North Carolina: “Former Rockingham County DA Pleads Guilty to Role in Wife-Swap Hiring Scheme” by Anne Blythe for Raleigh News and Observer


As Party Drifts Left, Pragmatic Democratic Governors Have Eye on White House” by Jonathan Martin for New York Times

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