November 21, 2011 •
News You Can Use – November 21, 2011
Here are highlights from the latest edition of News You Can Use:
Poll: Americans divided on companies that hire lobbyists
Administration Officials Double as Obama Campaign Speakers
Corporate Lobbying Is a Very Exclusive Club
Gingrich Said to Be Paid By Freddie Mac to Court Republicans
Obama Administration Extends Review of Lobbyist Gift Ban
From the States and Municipalities:
FEC Rejects Miller’s Senate Race Complaint
Former Fiesta Bowl Employee Indicted
FPPC Sticks with $30,000 Fine for Lobbyist Frank Molina
New Gift Rules Would Benefit Legislators Dating Lobbyists
Judge Says Gessler’s Campaign Finance Change Unconstitutional
No Such Thing as Free Lunch? There Is for State Lawmakers in Lansing
Missouri High Court Hears Challenge to 2010 Ethics Law
No Vote on Transparency Bill Lets Lobbyists Keep Paying Tab
Gov. Martinez Says Officials and Lobbyists Are Too Cozy
Appeals Court Allows New Trial for Bruno
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