Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 1, 2021  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Kansas: “Michael O’Donnell Hit with $25,000 Fine After Admitting to Campaign Law Violations” by Chance Swaim (Wichita Eagle) for MSN

Tennessee: “Tennessee Lawmaker in Email to State Officials: FBI took all campaign files in search” by Jonathan Matisse (Associated Press) for MSN


National: “Trump Supporter Charged in 2016 Twitter Scheme to Undermine Hillary Clinton” by Shayna Jacobs (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “House Opens Investigation of Pandemic Ventilator Purchases Overseen by White House” by Reed Albergotti and Aaron Gregg (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Trump’s Legal Team Exited After He Insisted Impeachment Defense Focus on False Claims of Election Fraud” by Josh Dawsey, Tom Hamburger, and Amy Gardner (Washington Post) for MSN

Iowa: “Iowa Republicans Considering Giving Political Ideology the Same Protections as Race, Religion, Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation” by Stephen Gruber-Miller (Des Moines Register) for MSN

Ohio: “Cincinnati City Hall Hopes New Ethics Panel Will Shore Up Public Trust After Council Arrests” by Mariel Carbone for WCPO


Washington: “With 1 in 5 Lobbyists Coming from State Service, Washington State Lawmakers Hear Bill to Restrict Revolving Door” by Joseph O’Sullivan (Seattle Times) for The Columbian

West Virginia: “Federal Judge Rules in Lobbyist Lawsuit Against State Education Officials” by Steven Allen Adams for Weirton Daily Times

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