Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 10, 2019  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Democrats Are Cozying Up to Corporate Lobbyists Despite Purity Pledges” by Theodoric Meyer for Politico

Arkansas: “Suit Challenges State’s Limit on Campaign-Donation Time” by Linda Satter for Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Maryland: “Anne Arundel Gets Green Light for Local Campaign Finance Reform” by Chase Cook for Capital Gazette

Missouri: “Feds Want Records Related to Big Stenger Contributors” by Jeremy Kohler for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Washington: “Tim Eyman Loses in Court, Faces Possible Lifetime Ban on Managing Political Finances” by David Gutman for Seattle Times


Arizona: “Lawmaker Who Sells Fireworks Says It’s ‘Goofy’ to Pan Him for Sponsoring Fireworks Bill” by Howard Fischer (Capitol News Services) for Arizona Capitol Times

Indiana: “House Ethics Committee Dismisses Complaint Against Speaker Bosma Due to Lack of ‘Reasonable Cause’” by Kaitlin Lange and Arika Herron for Indianapolis Star

New York: “To Get Trump’s Tax Returns, N.Y. Democrats Try a New Strategy” by Jesse McKinley (New York Times) for MSN

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