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New Mexico Legislative Session Review

New Mexico adjourned its 2018 legislative session sine die February 15, and Governor Susana Martinez (R) finished acting on the bills sent to her desk on March 7. A rebound in oil and gas tax revenue eased financial pressure in Santa Fe this year, allowing lawmakers to...

Pro Bono Lobbying Is a Unique Way to Give Back

Giving Tuesday has quickly come and gone. Nonprofits use this trending pseudo-holiday to promote their missions, bring awareness to their causes, and garner charitable donations. From putting roofs over the heads of less fortunate to financing international development...

Proposed Changes to Oakland Lobbyists Law to Streamline Reporting Requirements

In California, Oakland City Council's Rules and Legislation Committee is set to vote on amendments to the Oakland Lobbyist Registration Act (LRA). The proposed amendments are designed to streamline the reporting process by centralizing lobbyist registration and...

Anticipating Changes in State Implementation of Air Quality and Emissions Requirements
States complying with the Clean Air Act and other federal environmental statutes should be aware of current deregulation initiatives and proposed efficiency measures from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Industries affected by state implementation of...
In Western States, Montana Sets Standard for Barring Corporate Contributions in State Elections

Last month, in a 2-1 decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld Montana’s statutory bar against corporate contributions to state candidate election campaigns in Lair v. Motl. Lair’s holding is important for corporations that were hoping to...

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