Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 16, 2021  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Inspector General Urges Ethics Review at Federal Election Commission Following ProPublica Report” by Jake Pearson (ProPublica) for MSN


Colorado: “Colorado Republican Official Accused After Voting System Passwords Are Leaked to Right-Wing Site” by Kim Bellware (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “DeJoy Bought Up to $305,000 in Bonds from USPS Board Chair’s Investment Firm” by Jacob Bogage and Douglas MacMillan (Washington Post) for MSN

Iowa: “Gov. Kim Reynolds Didn’t Violate Iowa’s Self-Promotion Law with COVID Mask Ads, Board Finds” by Stephen Gruber-Miller (Des Moines Register) for MSN

New York: “#MeToo Take 2? Movement’s Strength Hailed Amid Cuomo Fallout” by Jocelyn Noveck (Associated Press) for MSN

South Carolina: “South Carolina Politicians Blow Off Their Ethics Fines with Few Consequences” by Avery Wilks and Joseph Cranney for Charleston Post and Courier


California: “El Monte Council Removes Colleague’s Title, Extra Duties Following Lobbyist Gift Scandal” by Jason Henry for San Gabriel Valley Tribune


National: “State Redistricting Can Start with New Census Data, but Litigation Looms” by Michael Macagnone (Roll Call) for MSN

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