May 18, 2012 •
Top Campaign Finance Stories
Here are the latest campaign finance news articles to wrap up the week:
“RI Sen. Whitehouse, McCain ask U.S. Supreme Court to uphold Montana campaign finance restrictions” by John E. Mulligan in the Providence Journal.
“Can Montana brief end Citizens United?” by Adam Skaggs in Politico.
“Even Before ‘Citizens United,’ Big Donors Dominated” by Peter Overby on NPR.
“Closing arguments in John Edwards trial” by David Zucchino in the Los Angeles Times.
Illinois: “Illinois might nix money caps if super PACs enter fray” by The Associated Press in the News Gazette.
Virginia: “Campaign finance law before appeals court in Richmond” by Larry O’Dell in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
March 28, 2012 •
U.S. Sen. John McCain Speaks Out about Campaign Finance
And other campaign finance, super PAC, and lobbying headlines today:
“McCain predicts ‘huge’ U.S. campaign finance scandals” by Alina Selyukh (Reuters) in the Chicago Tribune.
“McCain Calls SCOTUS Decision on Campaign Spending ‘Stupid’” by Rebekah Metzler in the Chicago Tribune.
“Beware of the super-PAC: More lawmakers are fearing an ad ambush” by Joe Picard in The Hill.
Montana: “Conservative groups challenging campaign finance law formally seek Supreme Court intervention” by The Associated Press in The Republic.
“Lobbyists reaping $220M bonanza” by Rich Karlin in the Albany Times Union.
“Memo details oil, gas industry lobbying expenditures” by The Associated Press in the News Tribune.
“Review of lobbyist spending prompts House ethics meeting” by Jason Clayworth in the Des Moines Register.
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