Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 28, 2022  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Massachusetts: “Are Campaign Donations to MA Sheriffs Too Suggestive of Pay-to-Play? CT May Have Solution” by Kyle Stucker (USA Today) for Herald News

Oregon: “Oregon Labor, Business Interest Groups File Challenges to Campaign Contribution Limit Proposals” by Hillary Borrud (Portland Oregonian) for Spokane Spokesman-Review


National: “Backstage Drama at Jan. 6 Rally for Trump Draws Interest of House Committee” by Jacqueline Alemany, Josh Dawsey, and Beth Reinhard (Washington Post) for MSN

California: “Mayor’s Top Aide Held Private Call with Ash Street Defendant, Lobbyist Before Tuesday Council Meeting” by Jeff McDonald for San Diego Union Tribune

New York: “‘Malicious Cyberattack’ Strikes New York Ethics Agency” by Brendan Lyons for Albany Times Union


National: “Lobbyists Ramp Up Fly-Ins Despite Capitol Covid-19 Restrictions” by Nancy Ognanovich for Bloomberg Government

National: “US Lobbying Firms Rush to Cut Ties with Russian Businesses Hit with Sanctions” by Casey Tolan, Curt Devine, and Daniel Medina for CNN

Florida: “Bill Banning Lobbying for Ex-Lawmakers Heads to Gov. DeSantis’ Desk” by Gary Rohrer for Florida Politics

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