Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 17, 2022  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “FEC Report Shows How National Party Committees Allegedly Blow Past Contribution Limits” by Isaac Stanley-Becker (Washington Post) for MSN

California: “Tech Companies Spend Millions on California Political Gifts” by Don Thompson (Associated Press) for MSN

Tennessee: “State Officials Fine Nashville Council Member $360K for 36 Campaign Finance Violations” by Cassandra Stephenson (The Tennessean) for Yahoo News


Michigan: “Michigan Attorney General Refers Investigation into Fake Republican Electors to Federal Prosecutors” by Malachi Barrett for


National: “The Justice Dept. Alleged Jan. 6 Was a Seditious Conspiracy. Now Will It Investigate Trump?” by Matt Zapotosky, Josh Dawsey, Tom Hamburger, and Rachel Weiner (Washington Post) for MSN

Maryland: “Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby Indicted on Federal Charges She Lied on Financial Transactions to Buy Homes in Florida” by Justin Fenton (Baltimore Sun) for Yahoo News

Virginia: “Youngkin’s Cabinet Shares Ties to Fossil Fuels and Energy Companies” by Jimmy Cloutier for Center for Responsive Politics


Ohio: “Ohio Supreme Court Invalidates GOP-Approved Congressional Map ‘Infused with Undue Partisan Bias’” by Jessie Balmert and Laura Bischoff (Columbus Dispatch) for Yahoo News

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