Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 29, 2022  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “‘Close to the Line:’ California’s top campaign finance watchdog wants a deeper look at donor network” by Alexei Koseff and Ben Christopher for CalMatters

Florida: “‘Our Plan Might Have Paid Off’: How FPL dollars secretly funded a spoiler vs. Levine Cava” by Nicholas Nehamas, Douglas Hanks, Sarah Blaskey, and Mary Ellen Klas (Miami Herald) for MSN


Arizona: “Arizona Supreme Court Says Voters Can Decide Ballot Measures in November” by Howard Fischer (Capitol Media Services) for KAWC


National: “Mar-a-Lago Affidavit Says Many Witnesses Interviewed, 184 Classified Files Returned in January” by Devlin Barrett and Perry Stein (Washington Post) for MSN

Alabama: “Alabama Ethics Commission Won’t Reconsider Decision on Exculpatory Information” by Brian Lyman (Montgomery Advertiser) for MSN

Hawaii: “Damning Report Unlikely to Affect Honolulu Ethics Director’s Job” by Christina Jedra for Honolulu Civil Beat

Maryland: “Md. Watchdog: Reports from Pr. George’s school board ethics panel are unreliable” by Nicole Asbury (Washington Post) for MSN

Wisconsin: “Former Milwaukee Ald. Chantia Lewis Has Seen Sentenced to 30 Days in Custody, 3 Years’ Probation” by Alison Dirr (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) for MSN

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