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March 7, 2018  •  

Wednesday’s Government and Ethics News

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Alabama: “Watchdog Accuses Key PAC in Alabama Race of Hiding Donors” by Daniel Jackson for Courthouse News Service

New York: “Cuomo Changes Rationale for Accepting His Appointees’ Donations” by Shane Goldmacher and Brian Rosenthal for New York Times


National: “Senate Investigators Want Answers from Reddit and Tumblr on Russia Meddling” by Tony Romm for Washington Post

National: “State Dept. Was Granted $120 Million to Fight Russian Meddling. It Has Spent $0.” by Gardiner Harris for New York Times


North Carolina: “GOP’s 8-Member Elections-Ethics Board Struck Down. Is a Third Lawsuit on the Horizon?” by Anne Blythe for Raleigh News and Observer

North Dakota: “Group Seeks to Force ND Legislature to Form Ethics Commission” by Wendy Reuer for West Fargo Pioneer

Tennessee: “Nashville Mayor Megan Barry Resigns from Office; ‘I love you, Nashville,’ she says” by Joey Garrison and Nate Rau for The Tennessean

Utah: “As the Number of Female Interns in the State Legislature Grows, Lawmakers and Coordinators Work to Ensure They’re Not Sexually Harassed” by Taylor Stevens for Salt Lake Tribune


National: “Trump’s Florida Fundraiser Flourishes as New Washington Lobbyist” by Bill Allison for Bloomberg

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