Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 14, 2016  •  

Monday News Roundup


Campaign Finance

K Street Money Set Looks to Contain Trump Damage” by Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman for Politico

California: “Citizens United Is Only 15% of the Political Cash Problem” by Nick Penniman and Wendell Potter for Los Angeles Times


Florida: “Bill Aimed at Cutting Public Corruption Goes to Gov. Scott” by The Associated Press for WINK

New York: “New York Assemblywoman Sexually Harassed Aide, Ethics Panel Says” by Vivian Yee for New York Times


Can Labor Still Turn Out the Vote?” by Steven Greenhouse for New York Times

Soros and Other Liberal Donors to Fund Bid to Spur Latino Voters” by Nicholas Confessore and Julia Preston for New York Times

The Convention the GOP Doesn’t Want” by Julian Zelizer for The Atlantic

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