Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 14, 2020  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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New York: “Many New York Judges Spend Their Way Toward Seats on the Bench. And It’s Perfectly Legal” by Sam Mellins (New York Focus) for The City


National: “Trump and His GOP Allies Vow to ‘Fight On’ after Supreme Court Rejects Legal Challenge to Overturn Election Results” by Colby Itkowitz (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Sen. David Perdue Sold His Home to a Finance Industry Official Whose Organization Was Lobbying the Senate” by Robert Faterechi for ProPublica

Florida: “DeSantis Wants ‘Normal’ Government Meetings. This Village Is Meeting at a Dog Park” by Aaron Leibowitz (Miami Herald) for Yahoo News

Ohio: “Governor Was Warned of Would-Be Regulator’s Ties to Utility” by Mark Gillespie and Julie Carr Smyth for Associated Press News


National: “Forced to Take Networking Virtual by Pandemic, K Street May Never Go Back” by Kate Ackley (Roll Call) for MSN

California: “With ‘a Lot to Lose,’ Dialysis Firms Spend Big, Become California Power Players” by Samantha Young (Los Angeles Times) for Yahoo News

Maine: “A Maine Legislature Changed by the Pandemic Could Challenge Lobbyists in 2021” by Caitlin Andrews for Bangor Daily News

Michigan: “Michigan AG Reviewing Whether Lawmakers Can Lobby Out of State” by Craig Mauger for Detroit News

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