Tuesdays LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 5, 2019  •  

Tuesdays LobbyComply News Roundup

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Florida: Big Donors Will Shower Florida Lawmakers with Cash Tonight, Then Push Their Agendas by Gary Rohrer for Orlando Sentinel

Massachusetts: Questions Raised About Source of Late Funds That Helped Carry Rep. Lori Trahan to Victory by Andrea Estes for Boston Globe

South Dakota: Lawmakers Vote to Close ‘Loophole’ Around Kids Donating to Political Candidates by Joe Sneve for Sioux Falls Argus Leader


National: House Democrats Demand Documents from More Than 80 People and Institutions Affiliated with Trump by Ellen Nakashima, Rachael Bade, and John Wagner (Washington Post) for MSN

New Mexico: House OKs Ethics Bill with Election ‘Blackout’ by Andrew Oxford (Santa Fe New Mexican) for New Mexico Political Report

South Carolina: SC Lawmaker Accused of Maneuvering Himself into Top State Job Gives Up Nomination by Bristow Marchant for The State

West Virginia: Poster Linking Rep. Ilhan Omar to 9/11 Sparks Outrage at West Virginia Capitol by Eli Rosenberg (Washington Post) for Los Angeles Times


New Mexico: Bill Would Prevent Lobbyists’ Spending During Session by Andrew Oxford (Santa Fe New Mexican) for New Mexico Political Report

Oregon: Lawmakers Come and Go, but the Lobby Remains a Powerful Constant in Oregon Legislature by Claire Withycombe, Aubrey Wieber, and Paris Achen for Portland Tribune

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