Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 7, 2020  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Senate Panel Approves Nominees to Fill All FEC Vacancies” by Kate Ackley (Roll Call) for MSN

California: “Real Estate Developer Pleads Guilty in Sprawling L.A. Campaign Money Laundering Case” by David Zahniser and Emily Alpert Reyes for Los Angeles Times

Connecticut: “Audit Finds Lax Oversight of Public Campaign Financing” by Emilia Otte for CT Examiner

Kentucky: “Woman Faces 3 Counts of Lying to FBI, Jury in Bribery Case Tied to Lexington Council” by Beth Musgrave for Lexington Herald-Leader

Elections

Florida: “Disgraced Republican Lawmaker Planted No-Party Candidate in Key Senate Race, Sources Say” by Ana Ceballos and Samantha Gross for Miami Herald

Ethics

National: “Trump Associates Said to Have Been Scrutinized in Suspected Pardon Scheme” by Michael Schmidt, Kenneth Vogel, Katie Benner, and Adam Goldman for New York Times

National: “Barr Taps Durham as Special Counsel, Pushing Probe into Biden Era” by Kyle Cheney and Josh Gerstein for Politico

Washington DC: “Ivanka Trump Confirms She Was Questioned by the D.C. Attorney General’s Office Over Inaugural Committee Spending” by Jacqueline Alemany and David Fahrenthold (Washington Post) for MSN

Lobbying

Ohio: “Should an Ex-FirstEnergy Lobbyist Lead the Hunt for Ohio’s Next Utility Regulator? Consumer Advocate Asks” by Jessie Balmert (Cincinnati Enquirer) for MSN

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