Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 21, 2022  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Oregon: “Oregon Supreme Court Ruling Likely Dooms Campaign Finance Limits This Year” by Dirk VanderHart for OPB

Tennessee: “Campaign Finance Probes of Ex-Speaker, Ex-Staffer Head to DA” by Jonathan Mattise (Associated Press) for Yahoo News


North Carolina: “N.C. Investigates Mark Meadows After Reports That He Never Lived Where He Registered to Vote” by Felicia Sonmez and Mariana Alfaro (Washington Post) for MSN


Illinois: “Ex-Ald. Ricardo Muñoz Sentenced to 13 Months in Prison for Spending Thousands of Dollars in Political Funds on Tuition, Trips and Sports Tickets” by Jason Meisner (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

New Jersey: “Bill to Expand New Jersey Bribery Law to Include Candidates for Office Gains Momentum” by Matt Friedman (Politico) for MSN

Oklahoma: “Lawmakers Again Stifle Debate on Applying Open Records Law to Themselves” by Trevor Brown for Oklahoma Watch

Wyoming: “Alleged Threats by Wyoming Legislators Lead to Calls for Civility” by Jonathan Make (Wyoming Tribune Eagle) for Pinedale Roundup

Legislative Issues

National: “Could Proxy Voting Make the House More Inclusive? Some Lawmakers Hope So” by Chris Cioffi (Roll Call) for MSN

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