June 19, 2014 •
Thursday News Roundup
Lobbying “Under Contract” in The Hill. “MPAA’s Michael O’Leary steps down – Big 12 hires a lobbying firm” by Byron Tau in Politico. Missouri: “Lobbyists’ gifts to Missouri lawmakers exceed $500,000” by Angela Mueller in the St. Louis Business Journal. […]
“Under Contract” in The Hill.
“MPAA’s Michael O’Leary steps down – Big 12 hires a lobbying firm” by Byron Tau in Politico.
Missouri: “Lobbyists’ gifts to Missouri lawmakers exceed $500,000” by Angela Mueller in the St. Louis Business Journal.
“BitPay, CoinVox Team Up to Allow Politicians to Accept Bitcoin” by Eric Calouro in NewsBTC.
Delaware: “Campaign finance reform bills languish in legislature” by Jonathan Starkey in The News Journal.
Massachusetts: “Bill would increase PAC disclosures” by Frank Phillips in the Boston Globe.
New York: “Blame Game After Push to Revamp Campaign Financing Ends” by Mike Vilensky in The Wall Street Journal.
North Carolina: “N.C. election laws ‘stuck in pre-computer age’” by Jim Morrill in the Charlotte Observer.
Vermont: “Advocacy group turns sights to money in politics” by Neal P. Goswami in the Rutland Herald.
“Prosecutor asks court: Reinstate DeLay convictions” by Juan A. Lozano (Associated Press) in the Houston Chronicle.
“Grand Jury Probes Capitol Knowledge & Stock Trading” by Kent Cooper in Roll Call.
Hawaii: “Ethics Commission Tells Lawmakers How They Should Spend Allowances” by Nathan Eagle in the Honolulu Civil Beat.
New York: “This is what happens when a campaign finance scholar runs for governor” by Max Ehrenfreund in The Washington Post.
Wisconsin: “Jon Erpenbach drops appeal in email open records case” in the Journal Sentinel.
South Carolina: “SC House OKs $12,000 pay raise for lawmakers, overriding Gov. Haley’s veto” by Cassie Cope in The State.
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