Democratic appropriators are promoting an increase in spending on border surveillance technologies to solve the impasse over Homeland Security funding. Their donors from the defense industry have been lobbying for these funds for years.
Despite opposition from McConnell, legislation ending the use of paper forms for campaign finance reporting is close to becoming law.
An advisory opinion allowing Microsoft to give campaigns free software could set a precedent allowing companies to give in-kind donations, despite the ban on corporate political contributions.
By hiding his lobbying and not registering, AT&T’s Bill Devine can lobby the Legislature without following the restrictions of California’s Political Reform Act, a new complaint alleges.
The increase in lobbying comes months after the arrest of the suspected Golden State Killer by using familial DNA data from a genealogy research site.
Civil announced this past Friday that its public CVL token sale is now open for registration on Token Foundry, and will commence on September 18th.
Telecom-Funded Groups Ask Congress to Oppose the Net Neutrality CRA on ‘Behalf of Conservatives Everywhere’
Despite claiming to speak for all conservatives, the letter comes from a particular subset of groups on the right—those that have received funding from the telecommunications industry.
When Sen. Dianne Feinstein grilled Mark Zuckerberg in April, she had not disclosed her husband just purchasing as much as a quarter of a million dollars worth of Facebook stock.
Political spending on Facebook has nearly doubled since the last midterm elections.