Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 1, 2021  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Cases Show Foreign Donors Secretly Funnel Money Through Straw Donors, Shell Companies, ‘Dark Money’” by Anna Massoglia for Center for Responsive Politics

New Jersey: “Former Owner of Morristown Law Firm Admits Directing Bold Straw Donor Scheme” by Lori Comstock (Morristown Daily Record) for MSN


Florida: “Florida Blocks Professors from Testifying Against Voting Law Pushed by DeSantis” by Gary Fineout and Marc Caputo for Politico


National: “Burr’s Brother-in-Law Called Stock Broker, One Minute After Getting Off Phone with Senator” by Robert Faturechi for ProPublica

National: “Trump Seeking to Block Hundreds of Pages of Documents from Jan. 6 Committee, Court Filing Shows” by Amy Wang (Washington Post) for MSN

California: “City Report: SF officials got free tickets to pricey outside Lands Fest through ethically questionable loophole” by Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez for KQED

New York: “Sheriff Defends Filing of Criminal Complaint Against Cuomo” by Bobby Caina and Michael Hill (Associated Press) for Yahoo News


Colorado: “Democrats Backed a Commission to Draw Fair House Lines in Colorado. Now They Worry They Gave Up Their Power.” by Colby Itkowitz and Adrián Blanco (Washington Post) for MSN

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