Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 17, 2018  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: Chief Justice Roberts Halts Campaign Finance Ruling by Quint Forgey and Josh Gerstein for Politico


Arizona: Forged Voter Signatures Could Cost Former State Senate Candidate Mark Syms $50,000 by Dustin Gardiner Arizona Republic


National: California Professor, Writer of Confidential Brett Kavanaugh Letter, Speaks Out About Her Allegation of Sexual Assault by Emma Brown (Washington Post) by Los Angeles Times

National: ‘Robert Mueller’s Real Quest Here Is for the Truth’: How Paul Manafort’s plea brings the special counsel probe closer to its endgame by Matt Zapotosky, Carol Leonnig, and Ashley Parker (Washington Post) MSN

Arkansas: Oren Paris III Sentenced to 3 Years for Kickbacks by Marty Cook and Lance Turner for Arkansas Business Journal

Florida: What Andrew Gillum’s Trip to New York City Means in the FBI Investigation by Lawrence Mower Tampa Bay Times

Missouri: Missouri Ethics Reform, Redistricting Initiative Tossed from November Ballot by Judge by Alison Kite Kansas City Star

Pennsylvania: Philly Board of Ethics Fines Former Nutter Aide for Misspending City Money by Claudia Vargas Philadelphia Inquirer

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