Monday News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 11, 2016  •  

Monday News Roundup


A Cool Million Was Spent Lobbying Hawaii Lawmakers in Two Months” by Nathan Eagle for Honolulu Civil Beat

Dem Gets Free Penn State Tickets and Bills Taxpayers for the Mileage as Lobbying Soars in Pa.” by Candy Woodall for Harrisburg Patriot-News

Campaign Finance

Unlimited Campaign Contributions in Pa. Create ‘Investments in Power’” by Candy Woodall for Harrisburg Patriot-News

Yes, ‘Citizens United’ Gives Republicans an Electoral Edge. Here’s Proof.” by Tilman Klumpp, Hugo Mialon, and Michael Williams for Washington Post


The Pentagon Isn’t Tracking if Former Employees Violate Revolving Door Laws” by Eric Katz for Government Executive

Emails Raise ‘Pay to Play’ Concerns” by Chris Sikich for Indianapolis Star

Spat Escalates over Secret Legislative Records in NM” by Morgan Lee (Associated Press) for Las Cruces Sun-News

New Executive Director Named for OK Ethics Commission” by Rick Green for The Oklahoman


American Anger: It’s Not the Economy. It’s the Other Party.” by Lynn Vavrick for New York Times

The Messy Way Colorado Is Picking Its GOP Delegates May Actually Matter This Year” by Ed O’Keefe for Washington Post

Trump’s Rise Shows Religion Is Losing Its Political Power” by Eduardo Porter for New York Times

In Reddit’s Unruly Corners, Trump Finds Support” by John Herrman for New York Times


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