Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 18, 2022  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Colorado: “Colorado Legislature Passes Bill Limiting Campaign Contributions to School Board Candidates” by Carina Julig for Aurora Sentinel

Georgia: “Judge Denies Abrams Bid to Seek Unlimited Contributions” by Kate Brumback (Associated Press) for Yahoo News


National: “RNC Votes to Withdraw from Presidential Debates Commission” by Amy Wang (Washington Post) for MSN


Maryland: “Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby’s Annual Ethics Disclosure Lists No Donations to Her Legal Defense Fund” by Alex Mann (Baltimore Sun) for MSN

Nebraska: “GOP State Senator, Seven Other Women Say Charles Herbster Groped Them; He Denies Allegations” by Aaron Sandeford for Nebraska Examiner

New York: “Ex-Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison” by Priscilla DeGregory for New York Post


Maryland: “A Growing Trend: More Black women among Annapolis lobbying corps” by Elizabeth Shwe for Maryland Matters

New Jersey: “One of N.J.’s Oldest Political Traditions Was Canceled Again This Year. Will the ‘Chamber Train’ Come Back?” by Susan Livio and Kelly Heyboer (NJ Advance Media) for MSN

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