Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 22, 2021  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “‘Mercenary’ Donor Gets 12 Years in Campaign Finance Scheme” by Brian Melley, Alan Suderman, and Jim Mustain for Associated Press News

Alaska: “Alaskans Were Left in the Dark as Money Poured into Elections Last Year. Now, That’s Changing.” by Nathaniel Herz for Alaska Public Media

Illinois: “Ex-Cook County Assessor Joe Berrios Pays $100,000 to Settle Ethics Case” by Dan Mihalopoulos for WBEZ

Tennessee: “Registry of Election Finance Changes Unlikely Amid FBI Probe” by Sam Stockard (Tennessee Lookout) for Patch

Ethics

National: “U.S. Investigating Possible Ties Between Roger Stone, Alex Jones and Capitol Rioters” by Spencer Hsu and Devlin Barrett (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Cruz Returns from Cancun Amid Texas Crisis” by Andrew Desiderio and Marianne Levine for Politico

Indiana: “Indiana Attorney General Keeps Job with Health Benefits Firm” by Staff for Associated Press News

Wisconsin: “Wisconsin Wildlife Officials Ate $20,000 of Illegal Caviar, Prosecutors Say. Now the ‘Sturgeon General’ Faces Charges.” by Antonia Noori Farzan (Washington Post) for MSN

Legislative Issues

Illinois: “Ex-Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan Resigns Seat” by John O’Connor (Associated Press) for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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