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February 5, 2024  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Arizona: “Why Arizonans Can’t See Gov. Katie Hobbs’ Fundraising Numbers, but Can See Others” by Stacey Barchenger (Arizona Republic) for Yahoo News

New York: “Donors to Adams’ 2025 Campaign Say They Were Secretly Reimbursed Thousands of Dollars” by George Joseph (The Guardian), April Xu (Documented), Yoav Gonen, Bianca Pallaro, and Haidee Chu for The City


National: “In More Places This Year, People Can Vote in Their First Language” by Katherine Hapgood for Center for Public Integrity

Oregon: “Republican Senators Who Walked Out of Oregon Legislature Can’t Seek Reelection, State Supreme Court Rules” by Carlos Fuentes (Portland Oregonian) for MSN


National: “Did Trump Commit Insurrection on Jan. 6? The Supreme Court Could Decide.” by Patrick Marley (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “Florida Ethics Board Plans Hearing in Miami Mayor’s Gift Case, Tosses Second Complaint” by Sarah Blaskey (Miami Herald) for Yahoo News

Iowa: “Founder of Group That Opposes Book Bans Files Ethics Complaint Against Iowa Lawmaker” by Chris Higgins (Des Moines Register) for Yahoo News

Texas: “Texas AG’s Pursuit of Transgender Medical Records Stirs Privacy Concerns” by Molly Hennessy-Fiske (Washington Post) for MSN

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