Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 19, 2021  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Florida: “Dark Money Details Emerge as Former Florida State Senator and No-Party Candidate Head to Court” by Ana Ceballos and Samantha Gross (Miami Herald) for MSN

Michigan: “Benson’s Office Backs Unlock Michigan on Not Disclosing Donor Sources” by Craig Mauger (Detroit News) for Yahoo News

Tennessee: “Bill Ketron Penalized $135K for Campaign Finance Violations” by Tayla Courage for Mufreesboro Post


National: “The GOP’s Big Bulk Book-Buying Machine Is Boosting Republicans on the Bestseller Lists” by Michael Macagnone (Roll Call) for MSN

Missouri: “Missouri House Rejects Rick Roeber’s Resignation, Buying Time to Finish Investigation” by Jeanne King and Jonathan Shorman (Kansas City Star) for MSN

Legislative Issues

National: “The End of the Imperial Governorship” by Nick Neidzwaidek for Politico


National: “Corporations Agree to Transparency on Climate Lobbying” by Laura Weiss (Roll Call) for MSN

California: “How San Jose Mayor’s Ally Helped Bloom Energy Skirt a Natural Gas Ban” by Sonja Herrera and Tran Nguyen for San Jose Spotlight

Massachusetts: “Should DiMasi, and Other Federal Felons, Face a Ban on Lobbying Beacon Hill? The SJC Will Decide” by Matt Stout (Boston Globe) for MSN

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