Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 8, 2021  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “FEC Eases Federal Contractors-Turned-Political Donors’ Path” by Kenneth Doyle for Bloomberg Government

New York: “Millions in Secret Ballot Spending Raises Legal Question” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Washington: “PDC: ‘Washougal Moms’ must register as political action committee” by Doug Flanagan (Camas-Washougal Post-Record) for The Columbian


National: “Voting Technology Firm Smartmatic Sues Newsmax and One America News, Alleging Defamation” by Annabelle Timsit (Washington Post) for MSN

New Jersey: “Surprise NJ Senate Winner Says Sorry Amid Scrutiny of Posts” by Associated Press for Yahoo News


Florida: “Professors Sue University of Florida, Claiming Free Speech Restraints” by Lori Rozsa and Susan Svrluga (Washington Post) for MSN


Europe: “Clash With Corruption Watchdog Has Boris Johnson Retreating, Again” by Stephen Castle for New York Times

National: “Pharmaceutical Industry Likely to Shatter Its Lobbying Record as It Works to Shape Democrats’ Spending Bill” by Yeganeh Torbati and Jonathan O’Connell (Washington Post) for MSN

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