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News Now: Your One Minute Legal Insight (Election Results, School Vouchers, and Judicial Appointments)

by Sherman & Howard L.L.C. on

It’s been another busy few weeks for public law here in Colorado. Here are the highlights... - November 7 elections. Last week voters across the country went to the polls, and Democrats made significant gains....more

Minnesota Weekly Legislative Update: 2017 Election Recap

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

On Tuesday, November 7, voters in Minneapolis and Saint Paul headed to the polls to cast their vote for a new mayor in their respective city. Fifteen candidates sought to replace Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges. After counting...more

Democrats Win Big in 2017 Elections

Democrats saw big gains across the board on election night 2017 and exit polls showed voters intended the results to be a clear rebuke of the Trump administration....more

Worth Another Look: Judicial Election Results

Though voter turnout was quite low for Tuesday’s municipal election (around 25%), women carried the day, at least for the Pennsylvania courts, winning seven of the eight open seats up for grabs. Here’s a look at how the...more

Worth Another Look: Judicial Races

Tuesday is Election Day, and though it comes with little fanfare this year, there are still some important races to watch. In addition to county judicial elections, there are seats up for grabs on all of the statewide courts....more

2017 Election Preview

by Dentons on

Even as the Washington political-media complex remains acutely preoccupied with a now year-old election, voters in eight states will determine the outcomes of a handful of statewide ballot initiatives, a congressional special...more

The Ethics Advisor: Fair Elections in California

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

I can hear my suegros now, if they were alive, asking, “¿Qué es un ‘bot’?” if they were subjected to the frequent stories on the nightly news about Russian meddling in our national elections. Who knew even a few years ago...more

Candidates, Committees May Directly Solicit Unlimited Contributions to 'Super PACs'

by Miller Canfield on

As candidates begin to ramp up fundraising efforts ahead of the November 2018 elections, state and local candidates in Michigan now have new tools in their arsenal to support their efforts, albeit indirectly, after the...more

What Is Ohio’s Filing Deadline For Candidates For Governor?

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

With many observers expressing surprise that Director Cordray has not yet announced that he plans to run for Ohio Governor as the Democratic candidate, there has been curiosity as to Ohio’s filing deadline for candidates....more

Fake and Consequences: Weathering the Reputational Risks and Financial Fallout of “News” that Abuses

In today’s political climate, the phrase “fake news” gets bandied about quite a bit. In addition to its more traditional meaning—news that is false, purposefully misrepresented or outright propaganda—fake news is also...more

Candidates, Contributions & Compliance in Connection with New Jersey’s 2017 Gubernatorial Election

by Genova Burns LLC on

On Tuesday, June 6th, New Jersey held its 2017 gubernatorial primary election. Voters went to the polls to choose the Republican and Democratic candidates for Governor. Now that we know that the general election will feature...more

PACs, Campaigns and Dark Money: What is the Law?

by Stinson Leonard Street on

In 2016, Missouri voters enshrined new campaign finance laws in the state constitution. The Missouri Ethics Commission issued several interpreting opinions and a federal court has enjoined parts of the law as...more

Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House

by Pierce Atwood LLP on

Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House provides a high-level overview of recent activity at the Maine State House. Spokesperson Says Governor Paul LePage Will Not Seek Senator King’s U.S. Senate Seat - A...more

Worth Another Look – Judicial Races

This year’s primary election is just under two weeks away. While most of the elections being held throughout the Commonwealth are for municipal office, there are a number of judgeships up for grabs. Here’s a quick who’s who...more

Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House

by Pierce Atwood LLP on

Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House provides a high-level overview of recent activity at the Maine State House. Compressed Committee Activity - Over the next four to six weeks, the Maine legislature’s...more

Removing Elected Officials For Libelous Or Slanderous Statements

by Allen Matkins on

Although the above quotation sounds as if it could have been written today, it was in fact penned more than three decades ago as part of the successful ballot argument in favor of Proposition 20. As a result of the...more

Janet Yellen And The Fed Make It Happen – Interest Rate Hike – US Stock Markets Like It

As expected and reported on the blog last week, Fed Chair Janet Yellen and her team raised the Fed’s key interest rate by 0.25 percentage point today. While it’s the third time that the Fed has increased rates since the...more

Charities Participating in Policy and Protest: 2017 and Beyond

by Nilan Johnson Lewis PA on

Recent demonstrations highlight a significant passion for expressing dissent and opposition to the Trump administration and its public policy positions. Given the dramatic increase in queries we have received from our clients...more

Arizona’s Revised Laws on PACs and Corporate Contributions

by Snell & Wilmer on

The recent major revisions to Arizona’s campaign finance laws (passed in bills S.B. 1516, H.B. 2296 and H.B. 2297), which took effect late last year, modified the previous restrictions on corporate contributions to political...more

Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House

by Pierce Atwood LLP on

Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House provides a high-level overview of recent activity at the Maine State House. Senate Votes to Request Solemn Occasion for Constitutional Ruling on Ranked Choice Voting - At...more

Pay-to-Play Enforcement Sweep Snares Private Equity and Venture Capital

On January 17, 2017, the SEC announced nine settled enforcement actions for violations of the pay-to-pay rule against private equity, venture capital and hedge fund sponsors. The firms involved agreed to pay monetary...more

Who’s Responsible for Policing Fake News?

by Jackson Walker on

For many of us, gone are the days of reading the morning newspaper over a cup of coffee. Instead, the majority of U.S. adults now obtain their news via social media. We’ve grown accustomed to having information at our...more

Looking Ahead to a Trump Administration: Health Care and Life Sciences Industry Perspectives

by Reed Smith on

Observers are digesting what the Trump Administration will mean for the health care and life sciences industry. Forecasting is more challenging for this incoming Administration than most given the relatively sparse policy...more

Trump’s Impact on Environmental Law? Let the Speculation Begin!

What will a Trump Presidency mean for environmental law? I’m not sure my crystal ball if better than anyone else’s, but here are a few quick thoughts...more

Flash: What the Election Means for Health Care

by Mintz Levin - ML Strategies on

There are a number of factors to consider that have broad implications beyond health care: ..In the first 100 days of a new Administration, there is typically an opportunity for legislative achievement — for folks to...more

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