Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 15, 2021  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “The FEC Relies on Candidates’ ‘Good Faith’ When It Comes to Foreign Donations. But the Agency’s Inspector General Says That’s ‘Insufficient Oversight’ and Poses a ‘National Security Risk.’” by Bryan Metzger (Business Insider) for Yahoo News


Colorado: “Legal Battle, Ethics Complaint Against Embattled Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters Persist” by Saja Hindi for Denver Gazette


National: “Appeals Court Temporarily Bars Release of Trump White House Records to House Jan. 6 Committee” by Spencer Hsu (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Steve Bannon Indicted After Refusal to Comply with Jan. 6 Committee Subpoena” by Devlin Barrett, Jacqueline Alemany, and Spencer Hsu (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “AG Releases Interview Transcripts in Cuomo Harassment Probe” by Michael Hill, Jennifer Peltz, and Michael Sisak (Associated Press) for ABC News


California: “Lobbyists Weren’t Eligible for PPP Money, but California Firms Got Millions” by Alexei Koseff (San Francisco Chronicle) for San Diego Daily Tribune

Minnesota: “Senate GOP Gets OK to Create Private Club for Legislators, Lobbyists During Session” by Ricardo Lopez for Minnesota Reformer

Pennsylvania: “New Limits Would Curtail Lobbyist Perks for Pa. Lawmakers, but One Leader Could Stand in the Way” by Angela Couloumbis (Spotlight PA) for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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