Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 9, 2023  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Florida: “DeSantis Inauguration Planned to Give Donors Special Treatment. They Got Long Lines, Few Seats” by Mary Ellen Klas and Lawrence Mower (Miami Herald) for MSN

Ohio: “Ex-Ohio Governor Candidate Joe Blystone Fined $105K, Can’t Run for Office for 5 Years” by Jessie Balmert (Cincinnati Enquirer) for Yahoo News


National: “Official U.S. Capitol Tour Guides Told to Only Mention Jan. 6 If Asked” by Joe Heim (Washington Post) for Yahoo News

New Mexico: “Democratic Officials’ Homes, Offices Shot Up in New Mexico” by Susan Montoya Bryan and Morgan Lee for Associated Press News

Washington: “Sutherland to Pay $2.5K to Settle Ethics Violation Complaint” by Jerry Cornfield for Everett Herald


California: “San Jose Lobbyists Skirt Transparency” by Tran Nguyan for San Jose Spotlight

Massachusetts: “SJC Rules DiMasi’s Federal Corruption Convictions Do Not Disqualify Him, or Others, from Lobbying on Beacon Hill” by John Element (Boston Globe) for MSN

North Dakota: “As Lawmakers Return to Bismarck, Lobbyists Fill the Capitol” by Jeremy Turley (Forum News Service) for Grand Forks Herald

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