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News stories tagged with "money-in-politics"

Aubertine, Barclay spend millions

The race for the state Senate seat in St. Lawrence, Jefferson, and Oswego counties enters its last full week tomorrow. Republican Will Barclay and Democrat Darrel Aubertine are on pace to spend more than a million dollars each before the special election February 26. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Near-Record Lobbying on Failed Olympic Stadium

A near record amount of money - almost $42 million - was spent on lobbying for the recently defeated West Side stadium proposal. Madison Square Garden and its owner, Cablevision, which opposed the project, outspent the New York Jets by a nearly two to one margin. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Lobbying Reform - in Some Form - on Albany's Agenda

Governor Pataki is pushing for a ban on lobbying before the end of the legislative session, but there are indications the legislature may opt instead for more disclosure of lobbying activities. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

New York Next For Campaign Finance Reform?

Government reform groups say now is the time for New York State to enact campaign finance reform, now that Congress has acted to ban soft money in a comprehensive campaign finance reform bill. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Unions & HMOs Lead NY Lobbying

The annual report by the state lobbying commission finds that health care groups and the unions dominated the list of the top ten highest spending lobbyists in New York last year. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

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