Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 8, 2023  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Pennsylvania: “The Super PAC Backing Jeff Brown’s Mayoral Campaign Is Asking a Judge to Toss the City Ethics Board’s Lawsuit” by Sean Collins Walsh (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN


Minnesota: “Minnesota Passes Sweeping Election Reforms” by Andy Monserud for Courthouse News Service


National: “Proud Boys Enrique Tarrio, 3 Others Guilty of Jan. 6 Seditious Conspiracy” by Spencer Hsu, Rachel Weiner, and Tom Jackman (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Clarence Thomas’ Wife Ginni Was Paid Nearly $100,000 for ‘Consulting’ by a Nonprofit That Ended Up Filing an Amicus Brief to the Supreme Court: Report” by Erin Snodgrass and Matthew Loh (Business Insider) for Yahoo News

Florida: “Miami’s Mayor Attends Pricey Heat Playoff Games and Glam Grand Prix Parties. Who Pays?” by Sarah Blaskey and Camellia Burris (Miami Herald) for Yahoo News

Georgia: “Kemp Signs Bill That Allows Ouster of Local Georgia Prosecutors” by John Wagner and Matthew Brown (Washington Post) for MSN

Legislative Issues

Montana: “One Family Has Spearheaded Montana’s Unflinching Conservatism” by Mike Baker and Jacey Fortin (New York Times) for Yahoo News


California: “How Free Trips for California Legislators Lead to Bills” by Jeremia Kimelman and Alexei Koseff (CalMatters) for MSN

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