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              Fundraisers Ask For ‘Corporate Contributions Only’

              Some Michigan lawmakers have been headlining fundraisers where donors are specifically asked to make “corporate contributions only," according to invitations obtained by MCFN. It's a request that could help ensure the sources of money and the groups collecting it remain secret. read more

              posted on 09/24/2019

              Record Amounts Of Free Food For Some Lawmakers

              So far in 2019, a small group of influential state lawmakers has been consuming larger than normal amounts of free food and drink purchased by lobbyists. Those lobbyists spent more than $4,000 on meals and beverages for three individual lawmakers over the first seven months of 2019, according to new disclosures. read more

              posted on 09/11/2019

              How A County-By-County Push Is Boosting Line 5

              A company that owns a controversial oil pipeline beneath the Straits of Mackinac was one of the sponsors of a recent gathering of county officeholders from across Michigan. At the event, the officeholders voted to take a policy position in favor of the pipeline, a pipeline Michigan's attorney general is trying to shut down. read more

              posted on 09/06/2019

              Lobbyist Spending Soars In Michigan In 2019

              Lobbyist spending in Michigan is on a record pace in 2019. Lobbyists reported spending $23.2 million over the first seven months of 2019, a 6-percent increase over the previous high for the same period in past years, according to disclosures. The spending came as a new class of lawmakers took office and the Legislature overhauled the state's auto insurance system. read more

              posted on 09/05/2019

              A Company, A Bill And The Opioid Crisis

              A majority of Michigan's 83 counties have sued drug distributors and manufacturers over their alleged role in the opioid epidemic. However, one of the companies named in the suits registered to lobby in Michigan this year and could soon score a victory in the Legislature. read more

              posted on 09/04/2019

              PACs Powering Lawmakers’ Fundraising In 2019

              About 66 percent of the money that Michigan’s 148 state lawmakers have reported raising for their campaigns so far this year has come from political action committees (PACs), fundraising committees connected to businesses, unions, politicians and other interest groups that aim to influence what happens in Lansing. Only about 28 percent has come directly from individual donors. read more

              posted on 08/22/2019

               

              To see all of the Michigan Campaign Finance Network's coverage of 2018, click here. To see all of the Michigan Campaign Finance Network's past coverage, click here.

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