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October 16, 2023  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Maryland: “1776 Project PAC Fined $20,000 for Texts Sent to Carroll Voters on Behalf of Battaglia, Miller, Whisler” by Thomas Goodwin Smith (Baltimore Sun) for MSN

Texas: “El Paso City Council Advances Plan for Broader Political Contribution Reporting” by Adam Powell (El Paso Times) for MSN


Arkansas: “Arkansas Lawmakers OK Plan to Audit Purchase of $19,000 Lectern for Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders” by Andrew DeMillo (Associated Press) for MSN

Florida: “One Mystery Solved: Dolphins subsidiary partly behind Mayor Suarez’s $30k F1 weekend” by Sarah Blaskey and Joey Flechas (Miami Herald) for Yahoo News

Illinois: “What Do Recent Illinois Corruption Trials Have in Common? State Rep. Bob Rita as a Witness.” by Robert Herguth for Chicago Sun-Times


California: “Orange Could Start Requiring Lobbyists to Register with the City” by Michael Slaton (Orange County Register) for MSN

National: “Sen. Bob Menendez Charged with Conspiring to Act as Foreign Agent” by Shayna Jacobs and Isaac Stanley-Becker (Washington Post) for MSN


California: “California Governor Vetoes Bill Requiring Independent Panels to Draw Local Voting Districts” by David Lieb (Associated Press) for MSN

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