Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 8, 2021  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Mississippi: “Mississippi Politicians Continue to Enrich Themselves with Campaign Funds, Documents Show” by Luke Ramseth for Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

Ohio: “‘Dark Money’ Group Admits Involvement in Householder Bribery Scandal” by Sharon Coolidge and Dan Horn (Cincinnati Enquirer) for Columbus Dispatch

Ethics

National: “After Capitol Riot, Desperate Families Turn to Groups That ‘Deprogram’ Extremists” by Paulina Villegas and Hannah Knowles (Washington Post) for MSN

California: “Ex-SoCal Mayor, 10 Others Charged in Corruption Probe” by Nathan Solis for Courthouse News Service

Rhode Island: “RI Ethics Commissioner Resigns Amid Controversy Over Role in Smiley Campaign” by Katherine Gregg (Providence Journal) for MSN

Legislative Issues

National: “After Losing Committees, Marjorie Taylor Greene Says She Has Been ‘Freed’ to Push the GOP Further Right” by Mike DeBonis and Paul Kane (Washington Post) for Seattle Times

Lobbying

National: “First Circuit Rules Nonmember Workers Can’t Be Forced to Fund Union Lobbying” by Bethany Blankley for Center Square

Hawaii: “Hawaii Lawmakers Want Their ‘Gifts of Aloha’ Back” by Blaze Lovell for Honolulu Civil Beat

Pennsylvania: “Sons of Top Two Pa. Senate Leaders Are Registered Lobbyists for Same Firm” by Gillian McGoldrick for Lancaster Online

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