Political law links for Wed., 10-12-16 right here

HAT QUESTIONS.  BG.  “According to the police department’s dress code, there is no blanket statement prohibiting officers from wearing political attire with their uniforms.”

CRIST V. JOLLY AND CFR DEBATE.  WGCU.  “In this excerpt from this week’s Florida Matters, they were asked by an audience member what they would do to achieve meaningful campaign finance reform.”

WHAT MEMOS SHOW.  OBSP.  “Newly released emails from Wikileaks show that Hillary Clinton’s campaign taught staffers how to coordinate with Super PACs without ending up in jail.”

IL:  AG WEIGHS IN.  ILN.  “Subpoenas are going out to the bank, service station and campaign treasurers at the center of a Streator resident’s case against Illinois Auditor General Frank Mautino, and the state’s attorney general is finally weighing in on the case.”

NY:  AIRBNB SPEND.  NYDN.  “With a month to go before the elections, Airbnb is set to dump a whopping $10 million into a Super PAC it created to help with its fight in New York, the Daily News has learned.”

TN:  REGULATORS WARN.  NPR.  “Tennessee campaign finance officials say their proposed fines against Stand for Children are not bluster. The Registry of Election Finance holds a hearing Wednesday to consider the evidence.”

TX:  BUSY LAWYERS.  AM.  “For Move Austin Forward, filings are very complicated because of Austin’s new dark money ordinance, which went into effect on Sept. 1. Since then, the campaign has filed six reports of direct campaign expenditures, with multiple pages detailing both expenditures and contributions.”


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