Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 12, 2021  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Toyota Stops Donations to Election Objectors After PAC Takes Ads Out Against Company” by Riley Beggin for Detroit News

National: “Attorneys General in 4 States Looking into Online Fundraising Practices of Both Major Parties” by Steve Thompson and Amy Wang (Washington Post) for MSN

Michigan: “Michigan Attorney General Nessel’s Office ‘Reviewing’ 2018 Weiser Deal” by Craig Mauger for Detroit News

Mississippi: “They Wrote Campaign Checks to Tate Reeves. Then He Appointed Them to Powerful Ed Boards.” by Molly Minta for Mississippi Today


National: “Why There’s Even More Pressure Now on Congress to Pass a Voting Rights Bill” by Carrie Levine for Center for Public Integrity


California: “Former SF Public Works Manager Faces Perjury Counts in Corruption Scandal” by Jaxon Van Derbeken, Michael Batt, and Joe Rojas for KNTV

Hawaii: “Ethics Commission Quietly Drops Kealoha Investigation as Questions Swirl” by Nick Grube for Honolulu Civil Beat

Maryland: “Baltimore County Wants to Reform Its Inspector General Office. Here’s How Other State and Local Watchdogs Stack Up.” by Taylor DeVille (Baltimore Sun) for MSN

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