Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 24, 2019  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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North Carolina: “Dan Forest Corrects Report to Show a Donation from Greg Lindberg” by Paul Specht for Raleigh News and Observer


National: “Constraints on Presidency Being Redefined in Trump Era, Report Fallout Shows” by Ashley Parker and Josh Dawsey (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Supreme Court’s Conservatives Appear Likely to Let Trump Add Citizenship Question to 2020 Census” by Robert Barnes and Mark Berman for Washington Post

Colorado: “Investigation into One Lobbyist’s Actions Raises Questions About Workplace Harassment Policy at The Capitol” by Bente Birkeland for Colorado Public Radio

Connecticut: “Two Rival Politicians Accused Each Other of Using Drugs. The Result Was a Showdown at a Urinalysis Lab.” by Antonia Noori Farzen for Washington Post

Maryland: “Baltimore City Council to Weigh New Ethics Rules and Limits on Mayoral Power Amid Healthy Holly Controversy” by Ian Duncan and Kevin Rector for Baltimore Sun

New Hampshire: “Financial Disclosure Bill Stalls in Senate” by David Solomon for Manchester Union Leader


National: “K Street Gets Behind Mayor Pete Buttigieg” by Kate Ackley for Roll Call

Florida: “Opioid Lawsuit Bill Stalls in Florida Committee Chaired by Sister-in-Law of Walgreens Lobbyist” by Lawrencwe Mower for Tampa Bay Times

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