Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 1, 2024  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Colorado: “Colorado Appeals Court Upholds Fine, Requirement for ‘Dark Money’ Group to Disclose Spending” by Michael Karlik for Colorado Politics

National: “How Corporate PAC Money Could End Up in the Personal Coffers of Sens. JD Vance and Markwayne Mullin” by Brian Metzger (Business Insider) for MSN

Texas: “Texas Could Require Social Media Influencers to Disclose Paid Political Posts” by Robert Downen (Texas Tribune) for MSN


Georgia: “GOP Official Who Claimed 2020 Was Stolen Voted Illegally Nine Times, Judge Rules” by Amy Wang (Washington Post) for MSN


California: “Former L.A. Deputy Mayor Raymond Chan Found Guilty in Sprawling City Hall Corruption Case” by David Zahniser and Dakota Smith (Los Angeles Times) for MSN

National: “Trump’s Social Media Company Opens New Avenue for Conflicts of Interest” by Sharon LaFraniere (New York Times) for Seattle Times


New York: “Lobbyist Dating Carl Heastie Cleared to Return to Assembly – and Ethics Attorney Quits” by Chris Bragg for New York Focus


North Carolina: “Court Rejects Claim Challenging North Carolina Map for Diluting Black Vote” by Rachel Weiner and Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff (Washington Post) for MSN

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